In Imagined Theatres, some of the leading theorists and writers of the contemporary stage gather together to offer a collection of theoretical dramas. These fragments, prose poems, and microfictions describe imaginary performance events that put theory itself onstage to imagine what is possible and impossible in the theatre.
Each scenario is mirrored by a brief accompanying reflection, asking what they might mean for our thinking about the theatre. Taken together, these possible worlds circle around related questions:
My creative nonfiction depicts my time as a University of Wisconsin System Custodian from the months preceding Scott Walker's first election win as Governor in 2010 through the end of 2011 when I become an officer of the local union. It includes daily life as a Custodian as well as my time spent at the 2011 Madison protests.