Billy McEntee is a freelance arts journalist. He’s written for Vanity Fair, American Theatre Magazine, and TDF Stages, amongst others, and works at Playwrights Horizons.
SEPT 2018 | Theater
The Hearth, Greer’s new theater company that she co-founded with Emma Miller is creating a fire for female artists to gather around. Or, more literally, “The Hearth tells the stories of women,” as the company’s website states.
SEPT 2016 | Music
Instrumental music, when expertly crafted, often shimmers with something beneath its surface, a spring-loaded energy set for flight. Without words to act as release, the body turns to other solutionsdance, most notably, but in the case of Brooklyn-based band TIGUE, perhaps something more surreal.
NOV 2018 | Theater
Sam Hunter’s plays are tightly constructed, hauntingly beautiful, and hold a striking alchemy of contradictions: his works are small, despite the vast lands on which they’re set, and they’re also poignant, despite—or perhaps because of—their lack of sentimentality.