Film and Media /Dan School
Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Room 303
Thea Fitz-James is a theatre academic and practitioner. She holds a PhD in Performance Studies from York University and is currently an adjunct assistant professor at Queen’s University, teaching theatre theory, theatre administration, fringe theatre, performance art, and performance studies. Her current creative and academic work looks at Fringe Theatre, concepts of play in creative research, and the materiality of the body in performance. She’s developed two solo shows deconstructing contemporary feminist stereotypes, which have toured the Fringe circuit internationally. She is a white, queer, ‘Mad’, cis-gendered settler.