Sheila Fox, adjunct professor of theatre at Grinnell College's Grinnell in London program, holds a Master’s and PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Manchester. Her first degree, in Russian and English, was from Trinity College, Dublin.
Sheila has extensive experience both working in the theatre and teaching theatre studies to American students. She has worked for the BBC as a radio producer/director with such actors as William Hurt, Timothy West, Brian Cox, and Patricia Hodge. She has also worked as a theatre critic for The Guardian and City Limits. She writes for television and film, her screenplay Deptford Graffiti being nominated by the Writers Guild for Best TV play/film. She is currently working on a feature film set in Northern Ireland.