Ilana M. Brownstein
Theatre Minor Advisor and Lecturer (Dramaturgy and Dramatic Literature) | email@example.com
BA, The College of Wooster (Directing); MFA, Yale School of Drama (Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism). As former Literary Manager for the Huntington Theatre Company, she edited the Limelight Literary Guide, served as director of the Huntington Playwriting Fellows program and the Breaking Ground Festival, served as a teaching artist for the Young Voices Playwriting Program, and acted as dramaturg for all season productions. Other dramaturgy credits: The Broadway production of Theresa Rebecks’ Mauritius; as well as productions at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Yale Rep, Yale Cabaret, Boston Theatre Marathon, the 52nd Street Project, the Dwight Edgewood Project, and Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. She has taught dramaturgy and play analysis workshops at Mt. Holyoke, Wellesley, Emerson, and Colby College, and was a teaching fellow in the English and Theatre departments at Yale University. Publications: Theatre, Slavic and East European Performance, Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Illuminations and Prologue, and TheatreForum. She adjudicates the Region I Kennedy Center ACTF award in dramaturgy as well as the Dramaturgy Residency Award sponsored by Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA). She is the Arts Advisor to Jake Zimmerman, Missouri State Rep, 83rd District, and is a former vice president of LMDA.