Dr. Becky Becker
Theatre Office: 706-507-8403 / Center for International Education Office: 706-507-8267
Becker Becker is Professor of Theatre at Columbus State University, where she heads the BA Program in Theatre and is Coordinator for the International Studies Certificate at CSU's Center for International Education. In addition to teaching Theatre History, Dramaturgy, Playwriting and Devising Performance, she teaches the introductory course in International Studies at CSU. Her directing credits include: A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Laramie Project, Eurydice, Compañeras, Caroline, or Change and Stop Kiss. She has also conceived and directed several oral history performances, including Westville: Collected Lives and Bibb City: Collected Lives From a Mill Town.
Becky's published work may be found in Theatre Journal, Feminist Teacher, Theatre Symposium, the West African Theatre and Performing Arts Journal (WATPAJO) and most recently, Shakespeare Beyond English, an anthology dedicated to the Globe to Globe Festival held at the Globe Theatre in London, England in 2012.
Becky received her BA in English and BS in Communication Arts (Theatre) from Minot State University, her MA in Theatre Arts from the University of North Dakota, and her PhD in Philosophy of Theatre from Bowling Green State University.