Travis B. Malone
Professor of Theatre
Anne B. Shumadine Dean of the Batten Honors College
B.A., Sterling College
M.A., Kansas State University
Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
Travis Malone received his PhD in Theatre from Bowling Green State University. As a theatre and film professional, Travis has directed and acted in productions across the country. Prior to his doctoral work, Travis worked in Los Angeles writing television commercials for Disney, Fox, and Rhino Records; producing music videos for Disney; and developing creative content for DVDs and trade show promotions. Travis continues to act and direct in the Hampton Roads area.
Malone, Travis. "Utopia, Nostalgia, and Community in Grease: How a Film Can Create a Stage Legacy." Theatre Annual. 63. College of William and Mary, Fall 2010.
Malone, Travis. Book Review. Shadowed Cocktails: The Plays of Philip Barry from Paris Bound to The Philadelphia Story by Donald R. Anderson. The Journal of American Culture. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell, October 2011.
Malone, Travis. Book Review. American Political Plays after 9/11. Allan Havis ed. The Journal of American Culture. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell, October 2010.
Electronic Publications and Educational Materials
“Theatre,” Core Concepts in the Arts and Humanities DVD-ROM, New York: McGraw-Hill, (Content in production for CreativeMyndz Productions) March 2005.
“Film,” Core Concepts in the Arts and Humanities DVD-ROM, New York: McGraw-Hill, (Content in production for CreativeMyndz Productions) March 2005.
The Projector: An Electronic Journal on Film, Media, and Culture. Published by the Department of Theatre and Film at Bowling Green State University. A peer-reviewed journal featuring an pre-eminent international editorial board.
Dr. Travis Malone Appointed Dean of Batten Honors College
President Scott D. Miller announces appointment effective at the end of the academic year
Faculty Focus: Travis Malone
Theatre professor directs war-time comedy "The Shield" in the Goode Center March 5-8
A Fine Way to Treat a Steinway
Perfect concert grand piano selected for the Goode Fine and Performing Arts Center
Winter Session course takes Virginia Wesleyan students behind the scenes of theatre industry