Contact BroadwayWorld Rhode Island
Do you love theatre and have a passion for sharing it with others? Consider joining team BroadwayWorld as one of our local contributors!
BWW is always seeking talented theater enthusiasts to head up feature coverage our over 130 regional areas. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to review the shows of your choice, conduct interviews with local and touring talent, design features of your own choosing for publishing, and work/network with your local theater press reps to bring exposure to the theatrical offerings in your area.
All applicants should have excellent writing skills and an interest for giving local theaters and productions some prominence on BroadwayWorld.com.
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Contact Local Critics
Andria Tieman |
Andria Tieman is a lifelong theatre fan. She has an MFA in fiction, play & screenwriting and presently works as an academic librarian and special lecturer in Providence teaching students how to find and use information. She is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association 2016-present.
Barb Burke |
Barb Burke, a writer and a life-long New Englander, loves the arts in all its forms. She also volunteers at living history events.
Jay Pateakos |
Jay Pateakos has been a newspaper journalist since the late 1990’s, branching off into theatre reviews more than 10 years ago, reviewing more than a hundred plays for the Herald News and Cape Cod Times for performances at Providence Performing Arts Center, Trinity Repertoire, Zeiterion Theatre and more than a dozen theaters across Cape Cod.
Jill Kimball |
Jill Kimball is a professional writer, lifelong choral singer and all-around arts enthusiast. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and more than a decade of experience working in news, arts administration, higher education and public relations. She lives in Rhode Island with her husband and two cuddly black cats.
John McDaid |
John G. McDaid is an award-winning science fiction writer and freelance journalist from Portsmouth, RI. He grew up in NYC, where visits to Broadway sparked a life-long love of theater. He worked both on-stage and off during college — including as tech director on a national tour — before moving into a career in corporate communications. A graduate of New School University with an MFA in fiction from Salve Regina Univeristy, he did doctoral work in media ecology at NYU and is an adjunct professor of communications at Roger Williams University. He sees as many shows as he can in Rhode Island -- and beyond.