BWW Launches BroadwayWorld Brooklyn; Introduces New Local Critics!
The New York City theatre scene is the biggest in the world- not limited to the bright lights of Broadway nor the smaller downtown venues off Broadway. As a part of our 10th Anniversary season, BroadwayWorld continues to grow, now extending our coverage into NYC's outer boroughs. BWW welcomes three new Brooklyn critics who will join our New York team, led by Michael Dale, to provide coverage that is even more comprehensive.
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Meet out three newest Brooklyn theatre critics below!
Juliana got into theatre in middle school, deciding it was about time she become comfortable in front of a crowd. Little did she know then the monster she would create. Since then, she has gone on to perform in numerous capacities, including acting, singing, dancing, writing, directing, and even dabbling in puppetry for a production of Little Shop of Horrors. Currently pursuing a degree in performing arts in the great city of NYC, she frequents the Broadway and all of it's delightfully bright lights and talented starlets. Eat your heart out.
Julie is the marketing associate at Theatre Communications Group, where she promotes all TCG Books titles and authors. Previously, she has worked at Meadow Brook Theatre in Rochester, MI, as well as in the literary offices of Electric Pear Productions and the Summer Play Festival in NYC. Julie has lectured and presented at conferences internationally, and her book, PARADE Diverges, about the Jason Robert Brown/Alfred Uhry musical, was published by VDM. In addition to dramaturging every now and again, she has also written for American Theatre magazine, Ink 19 and Show Business, and writes the blog Critical Confabulations. She is a proud alumna of Florida State University where she received her M.A. in Theatre Studies. Follow Julie on Twitter: @CriticalConfab
Kristen is a recent graduate of both St. Francis College and Hunter College, with degrees in English and Musical Theatre. She enjoys going to Broadway - actually, any show, and especially loves musicals; The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables are among her favorite. She continues to pursue her interest in singing and acting by performing in community theatre productions in her hometown of Brooklyn whenever possible, and by continuing with her training does she hope to find her true passion in life; so long as it revolves around theatre will she be happy.