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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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Marianka Swain

SENIOR EDITOR

Marianka Swain

Marianka Swain was UK Editor-in-chief of BroadwayWorld. A London-based theatre critic and arts journalist, she also contributes to other outlets such as the Telegraph, The i Paper, Ham & High, Islington Gazette, Dancing Times and theartsdesk, and she is a member of the Critics' Circle. You can find more of her work at www.mkmswain.com or follow her on Twitter @mkmswain


Aliya Al-Hassan
Aliya Al-Hassan

Aliya Al-Hassan is UK Managing Editor of BroadwayWorld. A London-based theatre critic and journalist, she has a life-long passion for the arts, with a focus on theatre and opera. She is always keen to promote new work and smaller venues. Follow her on Twitter @aliyajaderosa


Bryony Rae Taylor
Bryony Rae Taylor

Caroline Cronin
Caroline Cronin

Caroline has over seven years' experience as a theatre journalist, spanning three different publications. Now an established member of the BroadwayWorld team, Caroline specialises in musical theatre and cabaret, having reviewed a wide variety of productions, both in and off the West End.

Caroline has also conducted some high-profile industry interviews, including the likes of Caissie Levy and Oliver Tompsett, which she cites as among some of her career highlights. 

Her favourite theatre space is Southwark Playhouse, and can often be found swigging wine at a variety of stagey establishments across London.

 

 


Charlie Wilks
Charlie Wilks

Cindy Marcolina
Cindy Marcolina

Italian export. Member of the Critics' Circle (Drama). Also a script reader and huge supporter of new work. Twitter: @Cindy_Marcolina


Emma Watkins
Emma Watkins
Emma is based in London and possibly spends too much time in the theatre. As well as being part of the UK reviewing team for Broadwayworld.com, she has her own blog, She Sees Shows.
Fiona Scott
Fiona Scott

Fiona works towards her medicinal chemistry PhD by day but can usually be found in a theatre at night. She enjoys writing about science, musicals and more!


Franco Milazzo
Franco Milazzo

Gary Naylor
Gary Naylor

Gary Naylor is chief London reviewer for BroadwayWorld (https://www.broadwayworld.com/author/Gary-Naylor) and feels privileged to see so much of his home city's theatre. He writes about cricket for The Guardian (https://www.theguardian.com/profile/gary-naylor) and is a lead commentator at Guerilla Cricket (https://www.guerillacricket.com/). He podcasts on 80s and 90s football at https://www.nessundormapod.com/. He writes on films at Letterboxd  https://letterboxd.com/garynaylor999/. He tweets at https://twitter.com/garynaylor999


Guest Author
Guest Author
Guest author
Isobel Pankhurst
Isobel Pankhurst

Laura Jones
Laura Jones

Laura is a huge fan of theatre and tries to fit as many productions as possible into her schedule.


Vikki Jane Vile
Vikki Jane Vile

Vikki Jane Vile has been reviewing dance for ten years, specialising in Ballroom and classical dance. In 2018, she became a member of the Critics' Circle for Dance.

She prides herself on being a Strictly Come Dancing connoisseur since it's inception and has appeared on BBC radio as an expert on all things Strictly. Vikki also writes for Dancing Times magazine and has previously written for CultureWhisper and LondonDance.com.