Scholarly Work


Loyola Marymount University

DirectingSocial JusticeTheatre History & Other
Script Analysis (Playwrights from the Global Majority)   Introduction to Directing   Directing PracticumTheatre for Social Change; Focus on Native American & Indigenous Performance  Protests & The Arts: Freshmen Seminar  
Script Analysis (Human Rights)
Voices of Justice  
Equity & Diversity for the Theatre Classroom  
Latinx Spirit in Drama  
Solo Performance  
Senior Thesis    


New York University, BMCC, Marymount Manhattan College

Latin American Theatre, Arts & Social Change, Latinx Theatre, Advance Public Speaking for Social Change, Fundamentals of Speech, Introduction to Theatre, Honors Introduction to Theatre, World Drama I & II, Supervised Student Teaching in the Secondary School Seminar, Styles in Directing; Musical Theatre, Drama Across the Curriculum, Dramatic Activities in the High School, Theatre for Young Audiences II, Theatre for Young Audiences I, Styles of Acting & Directing, Drama in Education I & II



Sicre, D. “AfroLatinidad: Being Black and Latinx in Theatre Today”. Theatre Symposium: Theatre and Race, Alabama Press. Guest Editor Andy Gibb. Volume 29. March.2022    
Dunn, K, Luckett, S. & Sicre. D. “Training Theatre Students of Color in the United States”. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training; Special issue Against the Canon, Taylor & Francis. London, England. August.2020      
Sicre, D. & Johnson, K. “Get In Where You Fit In: Creating a Safe Space for Students of Color in the Academy, John Shévin Foster, Kashi Johnson, and Daphnie Sicre in Conversation”. Continuum: The Journal of African Diaspora Drama, Theatre and Performance. “Conversations with Black Acting Methods Luminaries.” Guest Editor, Sharrell D. Luckett. Volume 4. Number 2. December.2017    


Sicre, D. “Discussing Intersectionality of AfroLatinidad in Entertainment and Performance. The Routledge Companion to Latinx Theatre and Performance. Ed. Noe Montez Sanchez & Saltveit, Olga. Routledge.  2024
Sicre, D. “AfroLatinidad in Theatre for Young Audiences”. Ed. Every Great Dream: Visioning African American Theatre for Young Audiences. Ed. Jose Casas & Tiffany Trent. New York:Dramatic Publishing.  2024
Sicre, D.We Are the Canon- Anti-Racist Theatre Pedagogy.” Contemporary Black Theatre and Performance: Acts of Rebellion, Activism, and Solidarity. Green-Rogers, M., Long, K., & Williams, D. Bloombury.  2023
Sicre, D. “A Time of Protest; Exploring Activism through Theatre of the Oppressed and Newspaper Theatre.”. Stages of Reckoning: Antiracist and Decolonial Actor Training. Amy Mihyang Ginther, ed. New York: Routledge.  2022
Sicre, D. “Romeo y Julieta;: A Spanish Language Shakespeare in the Park”  Shakespeare and Latinidad. Boffone, T., Gatta, C., & Gillen, K. ed.2022
Sicre, D. “Afro-Latinx Themes in Theatre Today”. The Routledge Companion to African American Theatre and Performance (CAATP). Kathy A. Perkins, Sandra L. Richards, Renée Alexander Craft, and Thomas F. DeFrantz, eds. New York: Routledge.  2019
Sicre, D. “ The Turquoise Ring/El Anillo de Turquesa” Basta: 100+ Latinas against Gender Violence. Nevada: Nevada System of Higher Education  2017
Sicre. D & Johnson, K.“#UnyieldingTruth: Employing the Culturally Responsive Pedagogy”. Black Acting Methods: Critical Approaches. Luckett & Shaffer, eds. New York: Routledge.  2016
Sicre, D. “Bilingual Storytelling and Puppetry with Head Start Children”. The Arts and English Language Learners: Building Culturally Responsive, Critical and Creative Programs in School and Community Contexts. Sharon Chappell and Chris Faltis, eds. New York: Routledge.2013


Sicre, D. “The AfroLatine Playwriting Hour” Web post. HowlRound. HowlRound.   2023
Sicre, D. “Marimacha Laughs its way through Representation Latine, Black and Queen Characters” Web post. HowlRound. HowlRound.   2023
Sicre, D. (2016) “Free Tickets for Community College Students (Part 2).” Web post. Café Onda. HowlRound.   2016
Sicre, D. (2016) “Free Tickets for Community College Students (Part 1).” Web post. Café Onda. HowlRound.   2016
Sicre, D. (2015) “Notes from a Latina at the Black Theatre Conference in Winston Salem, North Carolina.” Web post. Café Onda. HowlRound.2016


Sicre, D. Teaching Theatre Online: A Shift in Pedagogy Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak.  2020
Gutierrez, R., Nix-Stevenson, D., Pizzaro, M., Saraswati, N., Sicre, D., Thomas, L., Von Jones, R., ed. The Institute Teachers of Color Academic Resource Guide. Institute for Teachers of Color.2020


Sicre, D. “Diversity, Inclusion, and Representation in Contemporary Dramaturgy”, Theatre Topics, John Hopkins University Press.  2023
Sicre. D. “Rehearsing Revolution; Latinx Theater in the Times of Neoliberalism” Theatre. New Haven,Yale School of Drama.2019


Sicre. D. Editorial Board. The Teaching Artist Journal. New York: Taylor & Francis/ Routledge.2016- Present  
Sicre. D. Editorial Board. ArtsPraxis. New York: New York University.2016- Present
Sicre. D. (Guest Editor).Afro-Latinidad in Afro-Latina/o Literature and Performance”). Label Me Latina/o (Special Issue-Black and Latin@: Conceptualizing Afro-Latinidad in Afro-Latina/o Literature and Performance)  forTwentieth & Twenty First Centuries Latino Literary production. Volume VII.  2016
Guest Editor: Theatre Topics, Youth Theatre Journal, & Theatre2019- Present