Research Profile

  • Before joining the Acting for Contemporary & Devised Performance programme at the University of Northampton, Bradley worked professionally for many years as an actor and teaching assistant in the Focused Research Team in Art as Vehicle at the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, under the direction of Mr. Richards, whom Grotowski named as his apprentice and legal heir.

    Bradley currently holds an MA in Theatre & Performance Studies from York University (Toronto, Canada) where he worked directly with Lisa Wolford Wylam, a renounced expert in the work of Grotowski. Bradley has also trained extensively in Method Acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute of Theatre & Film Studies in New York City.

    • Acting Methodologies
    • Devising
    • Dramaturgy
    • Actor Training
    • Devising
    • Performance Studies
    • Performance and Philosophy
    • Performance as Research
  • Hanson, Mark D.; Johnson, Samantha; Neic, Anne; Pientrantonio, Anna Marie; High, Bradley; et al. “Does Mental Illness Stigma Contribute to Adolescent Standardized Patients Discomfort With Simulations of Mental Illness and Adverse Psychosocial Experiences?” Academic Psychiatry 32 (2008): 98 – 103.

    High, Bradley. “Boys Will Be Boys With Boys: the Real and queer subjectivities in film.” Reconstruction 9.3 (2009).

    High, Bradley; McLeod, Kimberly; McMillan Katie; et al. “Ghosting His Greatness.” Canadian Theatre Review 152 (2012): 69 – 73.