Kerri Ann Considine is a Lecturer in the Theatre department, where she teaches classes in theatre history, research methods, and dramatic literature. She has also taught classes in film studies and composition in the department of English, and she was a 2016/17 graduate fellow in the UT Humanities Center. Dr. Considine has published performance reviews in Theatre Journal and ASAP/Journal and served as a research assistant on two theatre anthologies: the second edition of The Norton Anthology of Drama and the Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. She has had the pleasure of working on several productions with the Clarence Brown Theatre, including, most recently, Candide, Top Girls, The Crucible, and Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play.