Dr. Sheila Rabillard

Dr. Sheila Rabillard
Associate Professor
Office: CLE C313

BA (Queen's), BEd (Western), MA (Queen's), PhD (Princeton)

Area of expertise

Modern drama and theatre criticism

Selected Faculty publications

Articles and Reviews:

Modern Drama, Theatre Journal, Essays in Theatre, Criticism, Theater Three, Canadian Review of American Studies, Theatre Research in Canada, University of Toronto Quarterly, Theater, Kunapipi, Australasian Drama Studies, CYCNOS, Journal of American Drama and Theatre


"Shepard's Challenge to the Modernist Myths of Origin and Originality: Angel City and True West," Rereading Shepard, ed. Leonard Wilcox (Macmillan, 1993); essays reprinted in Theatre Criticism Vol. V (Gale Research, 1995) and Theatre Criticism Vol. VI (Gale Research, 1995); "Negotiating a Welcome: The Coast Salish Nation, Elizabeth II, and Circulations of Power at the Fifteenth Commonwealth Games," (Post)Colonial Stages, ed. Helen Gilbert (Dangaroo, 1999)


Spectacle and Festival: Problems of Knowledge and Experience in Modern Drama (in progress); Essays on Caryl Churchill: Contemporary Re-Presentations, editor (Blizzard, 1998)