Evangeline Morphos

Evangeline Morphos
Associate Professor
513 Dodge Hall
As a producer, she has worked in theatre, film, and television and is a pioneer in narrative web content. She is the co-founder of eguiders.com, a web site that makes daily recommendations of the best online videos. Morphos was a producer of The Bedford Diaries, a series on the WB network. She has produced over twenty-five off-Broadway productions, premiering new plays by David Rabe, David Mamet, Sam Shepard and Frank Pugliese and the long-running hits Blown Sideways Through Life and The Food Chain.

She has a B.A. from Wellesley College and an M.A. and Ph.D. in English from Harvard University. She has written on film, television,theatre, and new media, and is the editor of A Dream of Passion by Lee Strasberg. She has taught at Harvard, NYU, and Oxford.
 
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2010
Mad Men: A Conversation
Every Sunday after the newest episode of “Mad Men,” lawyer and Supreme Court advocate Walter Dellinger will host an online dialogue about the show. The participants include.....▶ 

2006
Interview with Theresa Rebeck
I met Theresa Rebeck several years ago, when I invited her to speak to a class I was teaching at Columbia on the work of a new generation of playwrights.....▶

2004
The God of Hell
In a surprise entry to the fall season, Sam Shepard—actor, playwright and sexagenarian heartthrob—has written a new, sharp-elbowed farce with an impressively starry cast.....▶
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