Stacy Wolf

Professor of Theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts and American Studies. Director, Princeton Arts Fellowship. Director, Program in Music Theater




W211 Wallace Dance Building and Theater


Musical theatre scholar devoted to queer identity and feminism in performance, I have written Changed for Good: A Feminist History of the Broadway Musical (Oxford University Press, 2011), A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical (University of Michigan Press, 2002), and co-edited The Oxford Handbook of the American Musical (with Raymond Knapp and Mitchell Morris, 2011).  I have published articles on theatre spectatorship, performance pedagogy, and musical theatre in many journals including Theatre JournalModern Drama, and Camera Obscura and was a former editor of Theatre Topics: A Journal of Pedagogy and Praxis. I also have experience as a director and dramaturg.

Wolf will be co-teaching HUM 340: Musical Theatre and Fan Cultures with Elizabeth Armstrong in the Fall of 2022.


See full bio on the Lewis Center for the Arts website.

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