Yasmine Hachimi is an advanced PhD Candidate at UC Davis. She is currently writing a dissertation on the eroticization of Tudor queens, which explores a range of popular genres from early modern letters and plays, to tv shows and fanfiction today. When she’s not working on her dissertation, you can find Yasmine immersing herself in acts of joy centered around rest, reading, and community. You can follow her on twitter: @YasmineHachimi
Emily Lathrop has a PhD in English from The George Washington University and currently serves as the Audience Engagement and Fellowship Manager at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. Her current work focuses on the intersections of audience engagement, Shakespeare performance, arts administration, and the myth of universality. Her work can be found in The Rambling, the Renaissance volume of Bloomsbury’s A Cultural History of Disability series, and Routledge’s collection Shakespeare’s Audiences. You can read her performance reviews in Shakespeare Bulletin and Cahiers Élisabéthains.