Kate Mendeloff has been active in several major areas in her work at Michigan. She teaches American Drama, contemporary plays about gender issues, Greek drama and modern adaptation, and Chekhov and Ibsen. She is also the Artistic Director of Shakespeare in the Arb, environmental staging of plays in the University Nichol’s Arboretum since 2001. Another important aspect of her work is the R.C. Community Theater Collaborative, which places students in community sites where they use the arts in the support of literacy and self-expression for underserved populations.
RC Hums 389: Gender Play- contemporary plays on gender issues
RC Hums 281: Introduction to Comedy and Tragedy
RC Hums 334: Engaging Community