Lindsey Barr

Teaching Assistant
1801 Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

Lindsey Barr is a second year the PhD in Theatre and Performance Studies program.  Lindsey is a dramaturg, director, and arts administrator hailing from rural Southern Maryland. Her research interests include feminist theatre and the representations of madness on stage as they intersect with gender, race, class, and sexuality. She is continually interested in exploring the arts administrator as the artist, and blurring the divide between administration and artistic expression in American regional theatre.


  • BS, Theatrical Design & Production, Towson University (2012)
  • BS Theatre Studies; Dramaturgy, Towson University (2012)
  • MS Nonprofit Management and Social Entrepreneurship, University of Baltimore (2017)

Representative Productions (Dramaturgy & Directing)

Dramaturg, The Importance of Being Earnest, Everyman Theatre

Dramaturg, Proof, Everyman Theatre

Everyman Theatre, Baltimore, MD
Production Dramaturg for Sweat (2018)

Everyman Theatre, Baltimore, MD
Production Dramaturg for Dancing at Lughnasa (2018)

Interrobang Theatre Company, Baltimore, MD
Director (Staged) for Her Devices (2017)

Baltimore Center Stage, Baltimore, MD
Assistant Director for PlayLab (2017)

Goethe Institut, Washington, DC
Assistant Director for The Privacy Project (2017)

Single Carrot Theatre, Baltimore, MD
Production Dramaturg for A Beginner's Guide to Deicide (2013)

Capital Fringe Festival, Washington, DC
Production Dramaturg for Sweet Painted Ladies (2012)

Professional Affiliations

Member, Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas