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December 8, 2022

Claire Canavan

Claire Canvanan is an Austin critic and writer. She currently teaches creative drama and contemporary theatre at Texas State University. At the University of Texas at Austin, she earned an M.F.A in Drama and Theatre for Youth and Communities and a Ph.D. in Performance as Public Practice.

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