Michelle MacArthur (she/her) is associate professor in the University of Windsor’s School of Dramatic Art, where she teaches courses in dramatic literature and theatre history and criticism. She holds a PhD from the University of Toronto’s Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. Her research, supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, focuses on four main, intersecting areas: equity in theatre, theatre criticism, contemporary Canadian theatre, and feminism and performance. In addition to the play collection Voices of a Generation: Three Millennial Plays (Playwrights Canada Press, 2022), her academic work on millennials in Canadian theatre has been featured in Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism and Theatre Research in Canada, and she is currently developing a project on representations of millennials in the musicals Jagged Little Pill and Mean Girls. As a self-described “elder millennial,” her interest in generations and generational divides in dramatic literature stems from a desire to crack open stereotypes of Generation Y and move beyond the avocado toast. She published Voices of a Generation to foster intergenerational understanding and offer meaningful, diverse roles to young actors.