Professor of Theatre
M.F.A. University of Washington, Theatre (1983)
Ph.D. Stanford University, Drama and the Humanities (1990)
THEA 204Acting: Scene Work (not offered 2020/20)
THEA 206Directing for the Stage (not offered 2020/20)
WGSS 245 / THEA 245(Re)presenting Sex: Shakespeare on Page and Stage (not offered 2020/20)
THEA 255 TPerforming Shakespeare (not offered 2020/20)
Professor Baker-White has worked at the American Repertory Theatre, Seattle Rep, Empty Space Theatre, Playwright’s Platform, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival. After completing his doctorate, he taught in and directed the theatre programs at Trinity University in San Antonio, and Georgetown University. Baker-White’s research interests include 20th-century Continental and American playwriting, theories of rehearsal and performance, and eco-critical approaches to modern drama. He has published widely on contemporary theatre in leading national and international academic journals, and has directed more than 40 productions in academic and professional theater, including performances of Shakespeare, Greek classics, and modern and contemporary plays. He has served on the editorial boards of several national journals.