Daydrie Hague

Professor & Head of Performance, Auburn University


Contributions to IDEA:
Alabama 3 | Alabama 4 | Alabama 5 | Alabama 6 | Alabama 7 | Alabama 8 | Alabama 9 | Alabama 10 | Alabama 11 | Alabama 12 | Alabama 13 | Chile 2 | Chile 3 | Germany 5 | Georgia 2 | Georgia 3 | Guatemala 2 | Italy 7 | New Jersey 2 | New York 11 | Virginia 3 | Virginia 4

Special Collections: Trojan Women


Bio: Daydrie Hague (AEA, SAG, AFTRA) has worked Off Broadway and in regional/ repertory theatres in the U.S. and England, including the Alley Theatre, New Dramatists, The Vineyard Lab Theatre, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, George St. Playhouse, and Alan Ayckbourn’s Stephen Joseph Theatre in the Round. She is a Professor of Theatre and Head of Performance at Auburn University, where she teaches acting and voice, and serves as the Diversity Officer for the College of Liberal Arts. Dialect coaching credits include Dancing at Lughnasa, Intimate Apparel, Our Country’s Good, Cabaret, The Birthday Party, A Shayna Maidel, Lady Windermere’s Fan, Brighton Beach Memoirs and The Light in the Piazza. Hague is an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework, and theatre consultant to the NSF Advance Program. She serves a small private clientele of broadcasters, actors, and transgendered persons. Recent articles include The Human Voice: Celebrating Diversity and Creating Community, in the International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, and Lift Every Voice-Vocal Performance and Civic Engagement in The Voice and Speech Review.



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