Ethan Philbrick
I currently serve as Visiting Assistant Professor of Performance Studies and Theatre History at Muhlenberg College, teaching courses such as “Histories of Queer Performance,” “Introduction to Performance Studies,” “Medieval Theatre History,” and “Theatre + Society.”

Previously I’ve taught courses such as “The Voice in Performance,” “Score/Script/Map,” and “Queer Performance and Politics” in the Performance Studies undergraduate program at New York University and a series of MFA thesis seminars at the Performance + Performance Studies MFA program at Pratt Institute.

I have also lead workshops such as “How to Live Together: a Barthesian Reenactment” and “Body Writing” at Abrons Arts Center, “Song in an Expanded Field” at Brown University, and “Shared Resources: Songwriting as Adaptation and Translation” at Almanack Arts Colony.

I earned my PhD in Performance Studies from New York University in 2018.

Photography by Amelia Golden.