Doctor of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Doctor of Creative Arts, University of Technology, Sydney.
Master of Creative Arts.
University of Wollongong, NSW Australia
Diploma of Directing. N.I.D.A. (National Institute of Dramatic Art.) Sydney
Bachelor of Creative Arts. University of Wollongong. Theatre and Poetry.
1986 BANG!, SHHHHHH, SCARP* magazine, NSW, Australia.
1987 I Always Thought, SCARP* magazine.
1992 The Fall/The Dream, WIRADJURI, Issue 1, Poetry magazine, Regional NSW
1992 Reflections, WIRADJURI, Issue 2, Poetry magazine, Regional NSW
1994 Childhood Heart, Cuppa ?, Melancholia, LEAVES, Creative Writing magazine, Charles Sturt University, NSW.
2019 The Needleworker, DUST, Care, in TERRA INCOGNITA, Bob Hill Publishing, Oregon.
2020 A Little Dinner Darling, Breeze, published in Oregon Poetry Society Newsletter, April 21st, 2020.
2020 Chapbook SMALL FEATHER, published by Finishing Line Press, Kentucky, USA.
2019 Kay Snow Poetry Award for Fair Art.
2018 Kay Snow Poetry Award, honorary mention for Bush Solstice.
2018 Narrative in Performance, book, Co-Editor with Barbara Sellers-Young. Palgrave
Macmillan, London, U.K. November 2018.
Chapter, ‘Pina Bausch: Narrative, Gender and Reception’, Narrative in Performance, book, Co-Editor with Barbara Sellers-Young. Palgrave
Macmillan, London, U.K.
‘The Connection: Acting and Consciousness’. Article in The Western States Theatre Review. Vol. 21. 2015
Embodied Consciousness Performance Technologies. Co-Editor with Barbara Sellers-Young. Palgrave Macmillan, London UK.
The Performance Mirror; Self, Consciousness and Verbatim Theatre. Chapter in Reconfiguring Consciousness Performance Technologies. Palgrave Macmillan, London UK.
Theatre – Re-assessing the Sacred in Actor Training. Chapter in Performing Consciousness published by Cambridge Scholars Press.
Post Human Interactivity on the Global Stage: The Culture of Simulation. Chapter in Performing Consciousness published by Cambridge Scholars Press.
Director and writer, The Elephant’s Graveyard (play) produced by the Mondavi Centre for Performing Arts, Davis CA.
McCutcheon, Galland, Chronister. Laboratory Management Institute: A Model for the Professional Development of Scientists. Published in the Fall 2008 edition of the Journal of Research Administration (Volume 39, Number 2).
Awakening the Performing Body. Book, Rodopi Press, Amsterdam.
Post Human Interactivity on the Global Stage: The Culture of
Simulation. Consciousness, Literature and the Arts. Vol. 9 No. 1 April
‘Intuition as the Receptive Other’ chapter for ‘Technologies and Intuition’, edited by Jennifer Fisher, Montreal. Published November 2006 by YYZ Books, Montreal.
McCutcheon and Galland. Article in PostDocket, vol.4 issue2 ‘New Institute Provides Research Leadership and Management Training For Postdoctoral scholars’.
McCutcheon and Galland. article in Nature vol.440 Actors as Teachers.
2005 Under (Below) Standing Consciousness chapter in ‘Consciousness Theatre Literature and the Arts’ published by Oxford Scholars Press, England. Ed. Daniel Meyer-Dinkgrafe,
2003 To Be Possessed: The Receptive Other, Article for the International Journal of the Humanities, Published 2005. http://ijh.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.26/prod.56
2001 Theatre-Re-assessing the Sacred in Actor training. Published in Vol.2.no.2 of the international journal, Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, Editor, Daniel Meyer-Dinkgrafe.
2009 The Elephant’s Graveyard, produced at Mondavi Centre for performing Arts,
Fighting the Light, selected for development at in-residence workshop,
National Australia Playwrights Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.
2003 Enter Madmen, produced at Colorado College, Colorado Springs.
GRANTS AND AWARDS
2019 Recipient of the Kay Snow Award for Poetry, Willamette Writers, Portland,
2013 Recipient of Graduate Research in Arts Travel Scheme (GRATS) Melbourne University 2013. $2000
Recipient of the Rod Rose Award from the International Society of Research Administrators for outstanding article Laboratory Management Institute: A Model for the Professional Development of Scientists. Fall 2008 edition of the Journal of Research Administration. Volume 39, Number 2.
2007 Office of Research Integrity, ORI (located within the Office of Public Health and Science within Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Department of Health and Human Services). $161,000 for the development of laboratory management training materials that will make online and face to face instruction widely available to graduate students, postdocs, faculty and other personnel. Co P.I. with Dr. John Galland, P.I. http://learning.ucdavis.edu/LabAct/
2007 Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Division of the Humanities, Arts & Cultural Studies Publication Assistance Fund.