"How do you write like you're running out of time..." Hamilton, Lin Manuel Miranda


Danielle's monograph, Theatres of Value: Buying and Selling Shakespeare in Nineteenth-Century New York City, examines the ways the businesspeople drafted value in conjunction with Shakespeare over the course of the nineteenth century.  The book will be released in July of 2024, and can be pre-ordered from SUNY Press here.

Danielle is the co-editor of Early Modern Liveness: Mediating Presence in Text, Stage, and Screen (2023, Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare).

Articles, Links, and Public Humanities Projects

Shakespeare is Not Pie: Contingencies of Labour, Marginalisation, and Early Modern Studies. Shakespeare. Published online March, 2024 (print forthcoming).

Yassified Shakespeare. Co-authored with Trevor Boffone. Borrowers and Lenders. 15.1: Fall 2023.

Aggressively Millennial: A Dialogue on & Juliet, Co-authored with Trevor Boffone. Studies in Musical Theatre. 17.1: April 2023.

“Everyone in Illyria is Bi you Absolute Cowards”: Shakespeare TikTok, Twelfth Night, and the Search for a Queer Utopia. Co-authored with Trevor Boffone. Shakespeare Bulletin. 40.4: Winter, 2022.

“What Comes Next? Graduate Education and Contingent Labor in Theatre and Performance Studies.”  co-authored with Heather Nathans, Jonathan Lee Chambers, Beth Osborne, Eero Laine, Diana Looser, Katherine Lieder, and Kristen Wright. Theatre Topics. July, 2019. 

“One Summer; Three Hamlets: A Practical Guide to Flow Fight Direction.”  Theatre Topics. March, 2018.

Yassified Shakespeare: Co-authored with Trevor Boffone, Yassified Shakespeare is both a book-in-development and a public humanities project. Check us out on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@yassifiedshax 

“Sifting and Sorting: An Introduction to Database Methods and Pedagogy using Humanist Texts.” Early Modern Studies Journal. V. 7: 2021.

HowlRound: Challenging "Certification": Revising Hiring Practices in Fight and Intimacy Choreography 

HowlRound: The Basics of Theatre Criticism: The Parking Lot Rule

The Collation: Coding Elizabeth’s Court: A Digital Experiment

HowlRound series: Letting the Love Love You: Navigating the Grey Areas of a Love or Money Industry.

Book Chapters

"Yassified Shakespeare: The Case for TikTok as Applied Theatre." Co-authored with Trevor Boffone. Eds. Lisa Brenner and Evelyn Diaz Cruz. Applied Theatre and Gender Justice. Routledge, forthcoming.

“Stage Combats: Expectations, Illusions, and Quiescent Danger.” Book Section Introduction.  Eds. Eero Laine and Broderick Chow, Sports Plays.  Routledge. 2021.


“The Haunted Network: Shakespeare’s Digital Ghost.” Book Chapter, The Shakespeare User. Eds. Louise Geddes and Valerie Fazel. Palgrave MacMillan. 2017.


“Off With His Head! …So much for Hewlett/Brown.”  Book Chapter, The Bear Stage: Shaping Shakespeare for Performance. Eds. Catherine Loomis and Sid Ray. Fairleigh Dickenson University Press. 2015.


The Ethical Implications of Shakespeare in Performance and Appropriation. Shakespeare Bulletin. Forthcoming.

Antiracist Shakespeare. Theatre History Studies. Forthcoming.

Fat Ham at the Huntington. Shakespeare Bulletin. 41.4 Winter, 2023. 629-633.  

MIT Shakespeare. Early Modern Digital Review. December 2019.

Extramural Shakespeare and Shakespeare’s Imaginary Constitutions. Theatre Survey: 53.2 September, 2012. 331-334.