Daniel Sack received his PhD in 2010 from Stanford University, where his dissertation, "Stages of Conception: Potentiality and Performance," earned the Charles R. Lyons Memorial Prize for Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation. His work focuses on experimental performance and live art in the 20th century, modern drama, and dramatic and performance theory. Dr. Sack has published articles and performance reviews in Theatre Journal, TDR: the Drama Review, Yale's Theatre, and American Theatre magazine, where he was a contributing writer for 2009-2010. As a director and performer, he has staged productions of plays by Howard Barker, Harold Pinter, and others, as well as devised his own original work.
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