Chris Mills teaches in the Drama Department at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts as well as in the Department of English. She also teaches at Playwrights Horizons Theater School. As a dramaturg, she works with Theater Mitu, 24seven Lab, Young Playwrights, Inc., HotINK and was Gerard Butler’s dramaturgical consultant on the films Coriolanus, Machine Gun Preacher and the upcoming Olympus Has Fallen. She has also been a creative scholar for the Goat Island Performance School at the Art Institute of Chicago. She is an alumnus of NYU’s Department of Performance Studies, Temple University’s History of Art Department and the Whitney Museum of Art’s Independent Scholars Program.
She has been published in Art Journal, Theater Journal, TDR, Frakcija, JAE: Journal of Architectural Education, Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, The Village Voice and in the books, Out of Time and Place: an anthology of plays from The Women’s Project Playwright’s Lab, and : Moments of Culture in Context.
She has also made theater with the Public Theater/NYSF, Big Mess Theater, Philadelphia, Chicago Shakespeare Company, Stage Left Theater, Chicago, Philadelphia Alliance for Performance Alternatives and the Walnut Street Theater as well as with Lucky Pierre Performance Collective, Momenta Art Alternatives and Goat Island Performance Group.
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