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Revision: A Memory Book

By Dayana S. Stetco and Shannon R. Miller


Dayana Stetco is a Professor of English and Department Head at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Her trilogy of plays, The Falling, was released by Yellow Flag Press in 2016. Her book, Seducing Velasquez and Other Plays, appeared from Ahadada Books in 2009. A finalist in the national playwriting competition sponsored by the Repertory Theatre Foundation, she has had plays produced in the U.S., her native country, Romania, and the UK. Her fiction, plays, essays, and translations have appeared in Requited, Two Lines, Packingtown Review, BathHouse Hypermedia Journal, Spelk, Emergency Almanac, Metrotimes, Eleven Eleven, Masque & Spectacle, and others. She is the Artistic Director of The Milena Group, an interdisciplinary physical theatre ensemble she formed in 2000. To date, the group has produced 15 original plays (


Shannon Miller began his career in 1987 as a stage technician for touring rock bands.  From 1987 through the present, he has embarked on a series of challenging career opportunities that fostered his teaching, leadership, entrepreneurial strengths, and talents for entertainment design and technology.  During this time, he has held positions at a variety of universities and professional theatres, including Marshall University (WV), Utah Shakespeare Festival, Millikin University (IL), Chicago Designs, Southern Arena Theatre (MS), Southern Opera (MS), Theatre West Virginia, Public Theatre of Kentucky, Barnstormers Theatre (NH), The University of New Orleans, and the Maltz Jupiter Theatre (FL).  Mr. Miller has also completed various designs and consultations through his company,  He is the founder of The Lakefront Youth Theatre Experience, a post-Katrina youth arts initiative and volunteer organization in New Orleans. These varied assignments have provided him with a unique perspective for problem solving in a variety of circumstances with many different personalities, educational backgrounds, artistic visions, and production challenges.

ISBN: 9781946160072

Softcover, 118 pp, ©2017



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