CHAPTERS & ESSAYS IN BOOKS
“Post-Avant-Garde Theatre” in Cambridge Companion to Modern American Theatre Since 1945 (Cambridge UP 2021)
“The Theatrical Art of the Galli Bibienas” in Architecture, Theater, and Fantasy: Bibiena Drawings from the Jules Fisher Collection, [catalog] (Morgan Library 2021)
“Design for the Yiddish Stage,” in New York’s Yiddish Theater: From the Bowery to Broadway, ed. Edna Nahshon (Columbia University Press/Museum of the City of New York, 2016)
“Ming Cho Lee” in Designers’ Shakespeare (Routledge Press, 2016)
“Ideal Theatres: One Roof or Two?” in Setting the Scene: Perspectives on Twentieth-Century Theatre Architecture ed. by Allstair Fair (Ashgate Publishing, 2015)
“Desire and Décor,” in Space and Desire, ed. T. Brejzek et al. (Zurich University of the Arts, 2011)
“The American Context,” in Late & Great American Designers 1960-2010,
eds. B. Owen and D. Rodger (United States Institute for Theatre Technology, 2010)
“The Power of Space in a Virtual World,” in Performance Design,
eds. D. Hannah and O. Harslof (Museum Tusculanum Press, 2008).
“Defining Space and Power,” in Space and Power, ed. T. Brejzek et al.
(Zurich University of the Arts, 2008).
Interview in Absolute Wilson: The Biography (Prestel, 2006).
“Avant-Garde Scenography and the Frames of the Theater” in Against Theater,
eds. A. Ackerman and M. Puchner (Palgrave, 2006)
“The Symbolist Scenography of Arthur Miller” in Arthur Miller’s America: Theater & Culture in a Time of Change, ed. M. Brater (University of Michigan Press, 2005).
“The Art of Transition: Rockwell Group and Theatre” in Pleasure: The Architecture and Design of Rockwell Group (Universe Publishing 2002).
“American Theatre in Context: 1945—Present” in The Cambridge History of American Theatre, Vol. 3 (2000).
“The Scenography of Chekhov’s Plays,” in Cambridge Companion to Chekhov (2000).
“Design for Angels in America” in Approaching the Millennium: Essays on Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, eds. D. Geis and S. Kruger (University of Michigan Press, 1997).
“Design for Chekhov,” in Chekhov on the British Stage, ed. Patrick Miles (Cambridge University Press, 1993).