Theresa May—director, playwright, and associate professor of theatre at the University of Oregon—is a leading voice in ecological and community-based theatre. She is co-founder of Earth Matters on Stage, an international ecodrama festival; co-editor of Readings in Performance and Ecology; and co-author of Greening Up Our Houses, the first book on sustainable theatre management. She was the founding artistic director of Theatre in the Wild, a site-specific, community-based theatre in Seattle.
Books by this Author
Salmon Is Everything
After a devastating fish kill on the Klamath River, tribal members and theatre artist Theresa May developed a play to give voice to the central...
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