I am the Associate General Editor of the Oxford English Drama series, and of The Philological Museum, a website making available Neo-Latin texts and translations.
In 2001 I co-led a seminar on Machiavelli and English Renaissance Drama at the World Shakespeare Congress in Valencia, in 2002 contributed a paper on The Battle of Alcazar to the Société Française Shakespeare Conference in Paris, and in 2006 spoke on London civic drama and the Henrician Reformation at the Malone Society Centenary Conference.
I am also a delegate at the International Shakespeare Conference. Recently I have helped to organize staged readings of rarely performed plays for a number of conferences, including the Marlowe Society of America Conference (2003) and the Malone Society Centenary Conference.
I serve as a member of the Council of the Malone Society, and chair its Research Grants Committee.
For six years (2007-12) I was the co-compiler (with Kelley Costigan) of the annual census of Renaissance drama productions in Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama.
In 2009, I advised Maggs Brothers on the sale of the recently rediscovered MS play Oedipus (now at the Elizabethan Club, Yale).
In 2013, I was the academic co-ordinator of The Scholars’ Pitch, a joint Royal Shakespeare Company and Shakespeare Institute project to identify potential ‘discovery’ plays for production at the Swan Theatre.
In 2014, I advised extensively on Phillip Breen’s Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Shoemaker’s Holiday during its rehearsal process.