Ph.D. 1983, University of Washington
John Lutterbie teaches theory, history, and criticism, and directs. In addition to being a member of the Theatre Arts Faculty, he is an affiliate member of the Department of Art. His primary research area is in Performance Theory, where he examines the intersection of phenomenology and the neuroscience of emotion and consciousness, and of culture and intersubjectivity. The University of Michigan Press recently published his book, Hearing Voices: Modern Drama and the Problem of Subjectivity. In addition, he has published in numerous journals including Theatre Journal, The Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, Performance Research, The Journal of Psychiatry and the Humanities, and Modern Drama. His recent directing credits include: Macbeth, Happy Days, Angels in America: Perestroika, and Blood Wedding. He is a member of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education, the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, the Modern Language Association, the American Society of Theatre Research, and Performance International.
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