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Anna Corbould

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PhD Performance Studies

Anna originally hails from London, England, where she cultivated a love of music and theatre from a young age.

She has performed in plays, musicals, dance shows and concerts all over London and Manchester.

After working for Apple as a software specialist for ten years, she decided to combine her love of tech and theatre to complete her MA in Music and Theatre Studies. She came to UGA three years ago and completed her MFA in Dramatic Media in May 2019, before being accepted onto the PhD program.

During her time in Athens she has had staged readings of 2 full length plays, The Life of Lulamae and Here's to the Night, written and directed Titus and Hamlet with The Boozy Bard Players and travelled to New York to participate in Amulets for Garthenon with JAM productions.


BA in Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies and Music from the University of Roehampton

MA in Music and Drama from the University of Manchester 

MFA Dramatic Media from the University of Georgia

Degree Completion Date:
Dissertation/Thesis Title:
The relationship between performers and media in media based theatre.
Articles Featuring Anna Corbould
Wednesday, August 17, 2022 - 2:46pm

The summer was all but stagnant for UGA Theatre & Film Studies students, with students traveling both within the country and beyond its borders to see family, study, teach, and above all – create art!

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