Professor Moncrief’s scholarly and creative work includes articles, book chapters, and editorial work, focused on performing, gender, and childhood, and race in Early Modern England; contributing to digital editions of Shakespeare’s works and related scholarship; as well as directing and acting.
“Race, Religion, and Gender: Navigating Audience Responses at the Utah Shakespeare Festival 2018.” With Kathryn McPherson. Special issue of Shakespeare Bulletin (Shakespeare on the Contemporary Regional Stage). 2021
“Remembering Ophelia: Theatrical Properties and the Performance of Memory in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” In Hamlet: The State of Play, edited by Lucy Munro and Sonia Massai. London: Arden Shakespeare. 2021
Moncrief, K.M. (2019). “The King shall live without an heir if that which is lost be not found”: Child Loss, Grief, and Recovery in Shakespeare’s Late Romances. In: Miller, N.J., Purkiss, D. (eds) Literary Cultures and Medieval and Early Modern Childhoods. Literary Cultures and Childhoods. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
Moncrief, Kathryn M., and Kathryn R. McPherson, eds. Performing Pedagogy in Early Modern England. Ashgate, 2011.
Moncrief, Kathryn M., and Kathryn R. McPherson. "“Shall I teach you to know?”: Intersections of Pedagogy, Performance, and Gender." Performing Pedagogy in Early Modern England. Routledge, 2016. 1-18.
Directing: Every Brilliant Thing, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA.
Acting: Lady Montague, Romeo and Juliet, Hanover Rep, Worcester MA; Lady Britomart Undershaft, Major Barbara, Washington College, Chestertown MD; Gwen Harper, Rapture, Blister, Burn, Nextstage Theatre Company/ Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival, Ketchum, ID.