Current areas of research include: rehearsal room methodologies, creative teaching and learning, and pantomime.
Palgrave Communications: Monsters and the Pantomime. 6(36). (2020): Read Here
Drama and Theatre Magazine: Graeae Theatre. https://www.dramaandtheatre.co.uk/practical/article/practitioner-focus-graeae
The Stage: Acting Teacher Robert Marsden Advises Students: The Stage
The Stage: Directing Panto: https://www.thestage.co.uk/advice/how-to/2016/how-to-direct-pantomime/ (2016)
The Stage: What makes a Good Script? https://www.thestage.co.uk/advice/2018/can-actor-tell-script-good/ (2018)
Arts Professional: On using drama to combat extremism: https://www.artsprofessional.co.uk/magazine/241/feature/game (2011)
Interview (alongside Steve Boden) with Simon Sladen for the British Theatre Guide on Pantomime (2018):
(2018) The Director’s Prism: ETA Hoffmann and the Russian theatrical avant-garde, Stanislavski Studies, 6:1, 111-112,
RESEARCH AND CONFERENCES:
2009- Present: DISCOVERY MOMENTS IN REHEARSAL
PhD study, exploring breakthrough moments in rehearsals for actors and directors.
July 2012: CREATIVITY WITHING HISTORY TEACHING
Delivering as part of a Symposium at Canterbury University on creativity and use of drama in site specific documentary.
2007-2008: THE DRAMATIC ENQUIRY
Part of a research team of practitioners exploring notions of Philosophy in Drama (The Dramatic Enquiry). Led by Gordon Poad.