Kathleen Juhl received her M.F.A. in Acting and Directing from University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her Ph.D. in Performance Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. She is Associate Professor of Theatre and former Chair of Feminist Studies at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. Juhl was the Brown Distinguished Teaching Professor at Southwestern University, 2001-2004. She is the author of “Everyday Life Performance, ‘the Method,’ and the Acting Classroom” (Text and Performance Quarterly) and “Arts in London: The Intersection of Performance Studies and Intercultural Learning” (Theatre Topics). She is an actor, director, voice and movement specialist, and Alexander Technique teacher. She edited the Women and Theatre Program Newsletter from 1997-2003. She has recently directed and is touring to high schools As Seen on TV, a play about racism which she developed in collaboration with Norma Bowles and the Fringe Benefits Theatre Company.