Abraham Stoll

Abraham Stoll (he/him/his)

Director, Theatre Arts and Studies Program

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Abraham Stoll specializes in the Renaissance and early modern period. As a dramaturg and coach he works on Shakespeare, as well as modern and contemporary productions. Recent books include: Conscience in Early Modern English Literature (Cambridge 2017) and Milton and Monotheism (Duquesne, 2009). He is currently co-writing a study of Aphra Behn and staging practices in the Restoration theatre, and is editing John Milton’s Paradise Lost (Broadview, forthcoming). Formerly Head of Text and Context at the The Old Globe/ University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Acting Program, his recent productions as dramaturg include: Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of our Teeth, Henry 4 Part 1, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Freidrich Dürrenmatt’s The Visit, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet. He received his PhD from Princeton University.