Academic Program at Centre College
Jennifer Goff joined the Centre College faculty as assistant professor of dramatic arts in 2017.
An active actor, director, and scholar, Goff teaches courses in acting, dramatic literature, theatre history, and improvisation, and directs in the Centre College season. She has also directed and performed across the United States. Directing credits include The Mousetrap, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Bad Dates, and The Learned Ladies, for which she also wrote the adaptation. Acting roles have included A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania), Nunsense (Robert Ann), The Taming of the Shrew (Katherine), and Rainbow Annie is the Angel of Death (Annie – originated).
Her scholarship focuses on the work of contemporary comic women playwrights.
Goff holds a B.A. in drama and English from University of Portland, an M.A. in theatre from University of South Carolina, and a Ph.D. in theatre from Wayne State University.
File last updated: 6/21/17