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Alyssa Miller

Alyssa Miller

ALYSSA MILLER is a Denver native and PhD candidate at the University of Colorado Boulder in the department of English, where she studies Renaissance dramatic literature and feminist theory. She received a BA from Yale University in 2016, where she worked extensively as a director, actor and dramaturg and wrote her senior thesis on the 1603 first-publication quarto of Shakespeare's Hamlet. Recently, Alyssa has worked as an assistant director and dramaturg for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (The Book of Will) and the Hudson Valley Shakespare Festival (Pride and Prejudice). She also serves as the head of the research team for the Shakespeare CoLab, a new interdisciplinary digital humanities project in CU's English department, funded by the Folger Shakespeare Library, that will provide the first repository of fully annotated Shakespearean texts online.

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20 Jul - 11 Aug 2018

Cyrano de Bergerac

By Edmond Rostand
Starting at $20

The inspiration behind the hit film “Roxanne,” Edmond Rostand’s timeless romantic comedy has it all: passion, panache and thrilling ...