The gallery below contains photos and videos from Terri Power's artistic and scholarly performance projects, events and productions.
Chapter. Drag (King)doms: Tracing the Evolution of Drag Kings from the Local Lesbian Scene to the International Classical Stage Queer Instruments: Local Practices and Global Queernesses, Palgrave Macmillan (2014).
Panel Speaker at the British Black and Asian Shakespeare Symposium at Warwick University (July 2013)
Organised and facilitated the interdisciplinary Cock-A-Hoop: Contemporary Shakespeare in Practice Symposium at Bath Spa University. (April 2013)
Presentation. ISAP research performance presented at the Ends of Audience Interdisciplinary Conference hosted at Queen Mary University London. (May 2012)
Launched the International Shakespeare Audiences Project (ISAP) with student actor-researchers. Engagements included workshops, presentations, experiments and performances (live and virtual) throughout the UK including engagements in the Bath Outside Now and Bristol Shakespeare Festivals (2012).
Book. Shakespeare (Re)visioned. Published playtexts including Drag King Richard III and Possession:Macbeth. LuLu publishing (2011).
Paper. ShakesQueer: Bearded Women, Men in Tights at the ATHE (Association for Theatre in Higher Education) international conference in Chicago, USA (2011).
Presented paper Trans-Atlantic Female Players: Women Performing Masculinity in Shakespeares Plays at the Women-Shakespeare- Theatre conference held in Pazmany, Budapest (2010).
Article. For Queer Eyes Only?: Creating Queer Performance Art at University paper published in the Journal of Social Science (2009).
Paper. Feminist Methods, Masculine Performances: Women Staging Gender as Big Daddy paper presented at the Ending International Feminist Futures? conference, Aberdeen Scotland (2008).
Article. Sonic Trans-dressing: Somewhere In Between paper published in Gender and the Voice, VASTA (2007).
Other publications include:
Drag Kings The Encyclopedia of Gender and Society, Sage Publications, 2007.
Sexual Politics Archives of Sexual Behavior, Springer Publications, 2006.
Anne Bogart Studies in Theatre and Performance, 2006.
Transgender Performance Advisor and Playwright for collaborative production between Bristol Shakespeare Festival and Bristol Pride (We Are Proud) - Drag King Richard III.
Shakespeare Advisor and Performance Plus expert for the Global Virtual Theatre Project (international).
Routledge Subject Specialist Reviewer for new book proposals and submissions.