Activist and utopian performance within right-wing and conservative Christian communities.
Robyn Horn is a second year PhD student at the University at Buffalo. Her current research focuses on activist and utopian performance within right-wing and conservative Christian communities. She has presented her research at the Mid-America Theatre Conference (MATC), and at conferences for the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), and the American Society for Theatre Research. Her paper “Marked Women: Hell Houses, Abortion, and Performances of Misogyny” will be published in the upcoming book Theatre and the Macabre. Before coming to UB she worked as a high school theatre teacher and director and as an actor in professional theatre. In Buffalo, she recently performed as Adult Alison in Fun Home and Ariel in The Tempest. Robyn holds a BA (summa cum laude) in Theatre and Education from Kean University in New Jersey and an MA in English Literature from the Middlebury College Bread Loaf School of English in Vermont.