Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theater
Associate Director of Curriculum and Student Research, Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology
Joined Connecticut College: 2013
B.F.A., New York University; M.A., New York University; Ph.D., Graduate Center, City University of New York
Avant-garde and experimental performance
History of scenography
Steve Luber earned his Ph.D. in theater at the Graduate Center, CUNY. His dissertation was titled, "Last Gasp: The End of Multimedia Performance."
Steve earned his B.F.A. in drama and M.A. in performance studies at New York University, and has served as an editor at TDR and PAJ.
His most recent article, "The Theatre of a Two-Headed Calf: Simulacral Performance and the Deconstruction of Orientalism," appeared in Theatre Survey.
Steve has worked with The Builders Association, David Byrne and the Mabou Mines Suite, in addition to creating solo works, "Steve Sells Out" and "Rock Star."
He is co-founder and author of "Obscene Jester: the performance art blog."
At Connecticut College, Steve teaches acting and a course on multimedia performance and directs for the mainstage.