Discography

Take a moment to browse our discography that spans 31 years of performance work.  The subject headings are listed in the following order by most recent date:  Performance Work, Commissions/Grants, Artist Residencies, Lectures/Talks, Publications, and Awards.  An open source copy of the discography is available to download here.

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PERFORMANCE WORK

2009–Present
Lost Lounge

2008–Present
Miss America

2007–Present
Retro-Perspective
MUST

2005
Diary of a Domestic Terrorist

2004
What Tammy Needs to Know

2003
To My Chagrin

2001
Miss Risque

1999
It’s a Small House and We’ve Lived in it Always

1998
Little Women
Little Women, The Tragedy
Salad of the Bad Café

1997
Valley of the Dolls

1996
Faith and Dancing
Menopausal Gentleman

1994
Lust and Comfort

1993
You’re Just Like My Father

1992
Lesbians Who Kill

1990
Anniversary Waltz
Belle Reprieve

1988
Little Women, The Tragedy

1987
Dress Suits for Hire
Patience and Sarah

1984
Upwardly Mobile Home

1982
Beauty and the Beast

1980
Split Britches, The True Story

COMMISSIONS/GRANTS

2011
PS122 Ethyl Eichelberger Commission

2010
London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange Fund

2009
New York State Counsel on the Arts Grant
Dixon Place Mondo Cane Commission
Arts Council England Grant
Queen Mary Limited Prospects Fund
New York State Council on the Arts Grant

2008
Rockefeller Map Grant
London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange Fund
Arts Council of England Grant

2007
New York State Council on the Arts Grant
Arts Council of England Cultural Leadership Grant
Rockefeller Map Grant
AHRC/EPSRC Research Grant

2006
Arts Council England Grant

2005
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship
Arts Council of England Grant

2004
Live Art Development Agency, One to One Professional Development Bursary
Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art
New York State Council on the Arts Grant

2003
AHRC Research Grant
Regional Arts Lottery Grant

2001
National Lottery and the Arts Council of England Commission

1999
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship

1998
Astraea Grant

1995
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship

1988
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

2009
University of Richmond, Virginia
New York University, Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics

2005
SUNY Oswego
University of Texas, Austin

2003
University of Maryland

2001
Walker Art Center
Wellesley College

1997  
CAL/Arts

1993
University of Hawaii

1989
Hampshire College

LECTURES/TALKS

2009
Performance Lecture, Queer 50’s Conference, Birkbeck Institute of Gender and Sexuality, University of London, UK

2008
Speaker, Performing the Archive Symposium, Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, New York University, USA

Organizer, Long Table on the Margins of Technology, Participatory Design Conference, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

2007
Democratising Technology Panel, Performance Studies International, New York University, USA

2006
Keynote Address, On the Front Lines, Theatre Pugent Sound Fall Forum, Seattle, Washington, USA

Keynote Address, Diary of a Domestic Terrorist, International Federation for Theatre Research, University of Helsinki, Finland

Keynote Address, Diary of a Domestic Terrorist, Conference on gender in theatre, Warsaw Theatre Institute, Warsaw, Poland

Opening and Closing Plenary, Performance Studies International #12 Performing Rights, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Keynote Performance, Women’s Writing for Performance Symposium: Process and Practice, Lancaster University, UK

2005
Speaker, “Thriving And Surviving In The Arts,” New Works Festival, Department of Theatre and Dance, University of Texas, Austin, USA

Speaker, “Americans Abroad: Performing Expatriation,” Performance Studies International #11 On Becoming, Brown University, USA

2004
Keynote Presentation, It’s A Small House And We’ve Lived In It Always, Performance As Public Practice Conference, University of Texas, Austin, USA

Speaker, Total Theatre Annual Symposium, South Bank Centre, London, UK

Speaker, “Age And The Female Body Within Visual And Physical Theatre,” Landscapes: Post Feminist Practices in the Arts Conference, Smith College, USA

Keynote Address, Performance As Public Practice Conference, University of Texas, Austin, USA

2000
Lecture, Performance Practice For Learning From Performers, Harvard University, USA

PUBLICATIONS

Forthcoming

Miss America to be included in Texts For Post-Dramatic Performance, Methuen Press
Director’s Notes in The (Trans) Mangina Monologues, Publisher pending

2011
A Menopausal Gentleman:  The Solo Performances of Peggy Shaw, University of Michigan Press

2009
Forward in Theatre and Audience, Palgrave Macmillan

2008
“Doing Time” in The Applied Theatre Reader, Routledge

2007
“A Manifesto for Making Performance About Making Change” in Staging International Feminisms, Palgrave Macmillan

2000
“Faith and Dancing: Mapping femininity and other natural disasters” in Mythic Women/Real Women: Plays and Performance Pieces by Women, Faber and Faber

1998
“You’re Just Like My Father” in O SOLO HOMO, Grove Press

“Performing Butch/Femme, A Practical Guide To Performance Theory” in Acts of Passion: Sexuality, Gender and Performance, Haworth Press

“Playing Gender In The Theatre” in The Routledge Reader in Gender and Performance, Routledge

1996
Split Britches: Lesbian Practice/Feminist Performance, Routledge

1995
“Belle Reprieve” in Modern Drama, Harcourt Brace College Publishers

1989
“Split Britches, The True Story” in Women & Performance: The Women and Theatre Program, New York University Press

AWARDS

2009
Westfield Trust Award

2006  
Otto Award for Excellence in Political Theatre

2005
Foundation for Contemporary Performance, Theatre Performer of the Year
Nomination for GLAAD Media Award

2003
Otto Award for Excellence in Political Theatre

1999
Village Voice OBIE for the production Menopausal Gentlemen
Nominee for Cal/Arts Herb Alpert Award

1998
Out on the Edge Theatre Award for Sustained Achievement

1995
Anderson Foundation Stonewall Award for Sustained Excellence
Jane Chambers Award for the Best Play
Villager Award to Split Britches Company for Best Ensemble
Nominee for Cal/Arts Herb Alpert Award

1994
Nominee for Cal/Arts Herb Alpert Award

1990
Village Voice OBIE for the ensemble in Belle Reprieve

1987
Village Voice OBIE Award for performance in Dress Suits to Hire

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