Alexis Riley, Ph.D.

Alexis Riley is a theatre and performance artist, scholar, and educator whose research focuses on disability performance in the twentieth- and twenty-first centuries. She specializes in theatre, dance, and performance studies, disability studies, and mad studies, with particular interests in practice-based research methods and accessible pedagogy. 

Recent and
Upcoming Events

March 9 – 12: Paper Presentation, Mid-America Theatre Conference. Minneapolis, MN.

September 12 – 15: Presentation, University of Manchester Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine. Manchester, UK.

October 24: Guest Lecture, The University of Michigan

November 9 – 12: Paper Presentation, American Society for Theatre Research. Providence, RI.

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