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Shelby-Allison Hibbs (2011)

Shelby-Allison Hibbs is a director, writer, and actor who strives to create compelling theatrical experiences and examine performing arts pedagogy through North Texas.  She is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of Texas at Dallas.

In her two brief years in Dallas, she has worked with Echo Theatre, Dead White Zombies, Cry Havoc Theatre, WaterTower Theatre, Nouveau47, Shakespeare Dallas, Dallas Children’s Theatre, and Capers for Kids.

She has worked as a Teaching Artist and Director with The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey and The Berkshire Theatre Group. New York credits include Slant Theatre Project, CTown, Target Margin Theatre, Edge in Motion, Adrienne Westwood, and Robert Wilson. While in New York, she interned with The Wooster Group and Jim Findlay’s BOTANICA.

She is a contributor for TheaterJones and HowlRound and has been published in Texas Theater Journal. She is a member of Dallas Playwright’s Workshop with The Dallas Theater Center. She has presented at national theatre conferences in New York, Chicago, Cleveland, and Minneapolis.  Her interests include arts education, playwriting, Shakespeare, and collectively created theatre practices.  Find out more about Shelby here.
 

 

Shelby's thesis production at Baylor was Thornton Wilder's The Skin of our Teeth.

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