Daniel-Raymond Nadon, Ph.D. teaches courses in Theatre History, Script Analysis, Theatre and Social Change, and LGBTQ Theatre. He has directed more than 60 plays during his time at the Kent and Trumbull Campuses and amassed a large number of publications on subjects as diverse as Shakespeare, LGBTQ Theatre, Deaf Theatre and Theatre and Social Justice. He is one of the inaugural U.S/Canada Fulbright scholars in 1992, when he worked on his dissertation applying gender theory to the works of Quebecois playwright Michel Tremblay. He is affiliated with Fringe Benefits Theatre in Los Angeles and his work there culminated in his co-edited book titled Staging Social Justice: Collaborating to Create Activist Theatre.
- 1992 U.S./Canada Fulbright Scholar