Cass Morris is a Virginia writer who currently works at the American Shakespeare Center, where she writes teaching guides, leads workshops and seminars, and develops educational resources and classroom materials. Cass completed her Master of Letters at Mary Baldwin College, where she wrote her thesis on Shakespeare’s evolution of the traditional narrative of male friendship. Since joining the ASC in 2010, she has presented at events including the Blackfriars Conference, the Shakespeare Association of America Conference, the College English Association Conference, the Stratford Festival, and at Shakespeare’s Globe. She earned her undergraduate degree, a BA in English with a minor in history, from the College of William and Mary in 2007, where she was accepted into the Alpha Delta Gamma honor society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Cass served on the boards of student theatrical production companies at both Mary Baldwin and William and Mary. She currently lives in the Shenandoah Valley with two royal felines, Princess and Ptolemy, where she reads voraciously, wears corsets voluntarily, and will beat you at MarioKart.