Brook Davis
Scales Fine Arts Center, 207A
Brook Davis
Associate Professor

Brook  regularly teaches Introduction to Theatre, Dramatic Literature, Acting One, and Theatre in Education.  She has also taught upper level  acting classes, Arts Experience, and several First Year Seminars.  Recent directing credits include: The Laramie Project, Eurydice, Doubt, Machinal, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, The Secret Garden, Suddenly Last Summer, The Exonerated, Jack, Three Hats, and The Houdini Show.

She is a founding member of Tom Foolery Productions  and the Blue Moon Theatre Company.   Before coming to WFU, she taught at  the University of Maryland, College Park and VCU.  Brook’s research  interests include theatre pedagogy; 20th and 21st Century American  dramatic literature; and practitioner and playwright, Constance D’Arcy  Mackay.  Brook is the recipient of the Reid-Doyle Prize for Excellence  in Teaching (2006) and the WFU Award for Excellence in Advising (2013).

B.A. in theatre, B.A. in psychology, Wake Forest University
MFA in Acting, Virginia Commonwealth University
Ph.D. in theatre history/theory and criticism, University of Maryland, College Park