Kerri Ann Considine is a currently a Graduate Fellow in the University of Tennessee Humanities Center and a PhD Candidate in the department of English. She has had the pleasure of working on several productions with the Clarence Brown Theatre, including, most recently, The Crucible and Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play. Kerri holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, and spent several years in Chicago where she interned in the artistic department at Steppenwolf Theatre. While there, she had the opportunity to work as a dramaturgical assistant for several productions including the premier of Tracy Letts’s Man From Nebraska. She completed her MA in English here at the University of Tennessee, and her research interests include modern and contemporary drama, theatre, and performance studies, with an emphasis on experimental and avant-garde theatre. Kerri would like to express her gratitude to the fantastic faculty and staff of both the English and Theatre departments for their support.