Professor Elizabeth Maddock Dillon recently published an op-ed, “Long Before ‘Hamilton’ Brouhaha, Theater Was Anything but Polite” in the New York Times. You can read her piece, which contextualizes recent events in light of the “history of public debate and live, messy democracy” and shows that “theater and performance are powerful resources for embodying and imagining community together,” here. Professor Dillon’s piece was also feature on The Atlantic’s list of the best culture writing for the week.