Guest Speaker, Scholar-in-Residence:
Mary Baldwin College, Master of Letters/Master of Fine Arts in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature in Performance, Seminar: "How One Theater Historian Talks About Theater History," September 2009; September 2011.
NEH Institute, "Ceremony and Ritual from Late-Medieval Europe to Early America," Folger Shakespeare Library, Claire Sponsler and Kathleen Lynch, June 30/July1 2010.
Rice University, Early Modern Reading Group, "Lost and Found: A Cache of Early Modern Drama," February19, 2010.
Virginia Military Institute, Undergraduate Shakespeare Conference, Keynote Address: "Who Cares about Lost Plays? YOU SHOULD!" February 13, 2010.
NEH Institutes, "Playhouses, Indoor and Out," Blackfriars Theatre, Staunton, VA, director, Ralph Cohen; July 2008, 2004, 2002.
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, at the invitation of the Shakespeare in Action Center: Recovering Lost Plays in Shakespeare's Time," September 23, 2008.
Shakespeare's Globe, London; Theatre History Seminar: "How Lost are Lost Plays?" November 23, 2005.
King's College, University of London, "Shakespeare Studies Class: "Henslowe's Diary and Repertorial Commerce; November 23, 2005.
Syracuse University, Graduate Shakespeare Class, Dympna Callaghan: "Theater Documents and Theater History," September 2005.
University of North Texas, Early Modern Studies Group, Paul Menzer: "Repertory Studies and the Playhouse Marketplace," April 2005.
Emory University, Sheila Cavanaugh, "Repertory Studies and Commerce," April 2004.
Folger Shakespeare Library, Folger Institute, Seminar Director: "Theatrical Commerce and the Repertory System in Early Modern England," Fall 2003.