Articles and Essays

“‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’ is the Rarest of Television Feats.”On 22 May 2020. 

“The Show Must Go On(line).” On 20 Mar 2020.

“Reimagining Early American History: The Casting Practices of Hamilton and OSF’s Oklahoma!” Under submission.

“The Political Power of Angry Women,” in Power and Subversion in Game of Thrones, edited by A. Keith Kelly. Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland.

“Two Truths and a Lie: Theatrical Form, Plays about Terrorism, and the Search for Understanding,” in Theatres of War: Contemporary Perspectives, edited by Lauri Ramey. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama.

“The Witches of the West and the Boundaries of Goodness.” In The New Witches: Critical Essays on 21st Century Television Portrayals, edited by Aaron K. H. Ho. North Carolina: McFarland, forthcoming 2021.

“Game of Thrones Stands as a Unique Form of 21st Century Media.” On 20 May 2019.

“For Longtime Fans, the End of ‘Game of Thrones’ Beggars Belief.” On 13 May 2019.

“With Daenerys on the Iron Throne, Westeros Can Heal.” On 11 May 2019.

“Daenerys Targaryen’s Momentous Fate.” On 6 May 2019.

“Wanheda, Commander of Death, Healer: Hybrid Female Identities in the Post-Apocalyptic Wars of The 100.” In Essays on Female Characters in the Science Fiction Frontier. 2019. Edited by Melanie A. Marotta. North Carolina: McFarland.

“Voice from the 10th Row: Carl Weber and the Berliner Ensemble” In TDR 62.3 (Fall 2018). With Branislav Jakovljevic, Keara Harman, Michael Hunter, Jamie Lyons, Ljubisa Matic, Ciara Murphy, Jens Pohlmann, Ryan Tacata, and Giulia Vittori.

“No Easy Mission: bin Laden, Exceptionalism, and Performing Gendered Heroism in a Post-Heroic Age.” 2017. Performance in a Militarized Culture.  Edited by Sara Brady and Lindsey Mantoan. London and New York: Routledge.

“Afterword.” June 2014. Performance Research 19, 3:179-180.

“Trial on Stage, Stage on Trial: Michelle Castaneda in conversation with Lindsey Mantoan.” 2013. Dance Theater Journal 25,1:14-18.

“Place and Misplaced Rights in Guantánamo, Honor Bound to Defend Freedom.” 2013. Imagining Global Rights in Twenty-First Century Theater. Edited by Florian N. Becker, Paola S. Hernandez, and Brenda Werth. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

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