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Marie Davis-Green

Assistant Professor

Marie received her MFA degree from Yale University in 2003 in the areas of set and costume design. She was chosen to present her designs during the International Prague Quadrennial 2011, Veletržní National Gallery and USITT’s 50th anniversary design exhibition 2010.   In 2013, original devised works:  Loss of Habitat/Loss of Language, The Spirit of Caliban, Frozen Forms, and Requiem were chosen for the World Stage Design Exhibition, taking place in Cardiff, Wales.

Production credits include U.S. Premiere of Fighting Words recognized by the New York Times- Yale University, Walden Media- Los Angeles, Theatre Aspen, and recent academic designs; Queen Lear, The Maids, and Curse of the Starving Class. Her design work and research focuses on dialogical and eco-conscious performance designs and the study of impermanence and spatial constraints. 

Marie teaches the following courses:

DR240-Environmental Design for Performance 

DR110-Fundamentals of Performance Design

DR210-Intermediate Performance Design (and digital applications)

DR340-Special Topics: Devised Realities, co-taught with Gypsy Ames