Alan Armstrong

Alan Armstrong

Dramaturg, Pericles

In seven seasons at OSF: Dramaturg, Henry V; Henry IV, Parts One and Two; Hamlet; Henry VIII; Coriolanus; King John; literary consultant, Wit; faculty, OSF Institute, 1994–97. 

Other credits: Teaching: Visiting faculty, Mary Baldwin College/American Shakespeare Center; professor of humanities and past director, Center for Shakespeare Studies, Southern Oregon University; director, “Shakespeare in Ashland: Teaching from Performance,” NEH Institutes for school teachers; senior scholar, “Shakespeare’s Playhouses: Inside and Out,” NEH Institutes for college and university professors (American Shakespeare Center and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre); Hamilton College, Kirkland College, Cornell University, Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Southampton (England). 

Publications: Co-author, Oregon Shakespeare Festival Actors: Telling the Story (Wellstone Press, 2014); editor, Literature and History (Manchester University Press); reviewer, Shakespeare Bulletin (Johns Hopkins University Press); “Unfamiliar Shakespeare” in Shakespeare: An Oxford Guide (Oxford University Press); “What is Become of Bushy? Where is Green?” in Inside Shakespeare: Essays on the Blackfriars Stage (Susquehanna University Press); interviews of OSF actors Robin Goodrin Nordli and Dan Donohue in American Players of Shakespeare (University of Delaware Press). 

Education: PhD, Cornell University (Woodrow Wilson Fellow); BA, Ohio Wesleyan University.