Guest Speaker 2018
Alexis Soloski is a theater critic for the New York Times and the Guardian and a contributor to the New Yorker. She formerly worked as the lead theater critic at the Village Voice and has served on the Obie Committee, the Drama Critics Circle, and the Pulitzer Prize Drama Jury. She held a post-doctoral lectureship in Literature Humanities at Columbia University, where she earned her doctorate in English and Comparative Literature. She has also taught at Barnard College. Her academic writing has appeared inTheater, Theatre Journal, Modern Drama, and Literature and Medicine, among others, and she has contributed a chapter to Experiencing Liveness in Contemporary Performance from Routledge.