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Interviews, criticism, essays and reported features:

- The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, Newsday, The Village Voice, Slate, CNN Travel, Condé Nast Traveler, Arts at MIT.

- Custom: Beyond (St. Regis), Departures (American Express), The National (Amtrak), Arrive (Amtrak), Rhapsody (United Airlines), Hemispheres (United Airlines), JWM (Marriott) and Douglas Elliman.




Theater critic and features writer, New York Post (2009-2016)

Reviewing all Broadway plus major off and off-off Broadway shows. Contributing interviews and features on movies, TV, music and travel for both the print and online editions.

Arts & Entertainment Editor, Time Out New York (2003-2009)

Oversaw TONY’s entire cultural coverage and supervised its staff; top-edited and managed the art, books, clubs, comedy, dance, film, gay & lesbian, music (pop and classical) and theater sections; generated general features; wrote interviews, reviews and previews for the entire magazine.


Music Editor, Time Out New York (2000-2003)

Assigned and edited interviews, reviews and previews; oversaw and edited concert listings; fact-checked and proofread copy; supervised four staff music writers and 25 freelancers; managed the section’s budget.


- U.S.: The Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Believer, Budget Travel, Playbill, Rolling Stone, OUT, Seattle Weekly, San Francisco Bay Guardian, Salon, Amazon, Thirteen’s SundayArts blog.

- Worldwide: The Independent (U.K.), The Wire (U.K.), Obscena (Portugal), Les Inrockuptibles (France), Brutus (Japan), Globe (France).

BROADCAST 2016-Present

- Co-creator and co-host of the podcast Marks & Vincentelli with Peter Marks; co-creator and co-host of the podcast Three on the Aisle with Peter Marks and Terry Teachout.

- Regular guest and rotating co-host on the Emmy-winning TV show Theater Talk.


- Created blueprint and artifact list for an exhibit about contemporary Broadway musicals for the Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle.


- Mystery book project (Fall 2024; Melcher Media)

- 21 Things to Do When You Turn 21 (project editor; Sellers Publishing)

- ABBA Treasures (Omnibus; French, Spanish, Swedish and Norwegian translations)

- "Bulgarian Idol" in Best Music Writing 2007, Robert Christgau, ed. (Da Capo; reprint from The Believer magazine)

- Abba Gold (part of Continuum’s 33 1/3 imprint; audiobook; Japanese translation)

- "Impossible Princess" and "Try Out" in Lost in the Grooves: Scram's Capricious Guide to the Music You Missed, Kim Cooper and David Smay, eds. (Routledge)

- "Merry Melodies: Cartoon Music’s Contemporary Resurgence" in The Cartoon Music Book, Daniel Goldmark and Yuval Taylor, eds. (A Cappella Books)

- 130 entries in The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll, Holly George-Warren and Patricia Romanowski, eds. (Simon & Schuster)

- “Wir wollen unseren Techno-Papp” in Lips. Tits. Hips. Power? Popkultur und Feminismus, Anette Baldauf and Katharina Weingarten, eds. (Folio, Vienna, Austria)

- Six entries in European Immigrant Women in the United States from the American Revolution to the Present, Judy Barrett Litoff and Judith McDonnell, eds. (Garland)


- Vice-President, New York Drama Critics’ Circle (2009 – 2016)


- Select panels: interview with Lynn Nottage for the League of Professional Theatre Women's Oral History Project; Polar Music Prize talk with John Seabrook and Jan Gradvall; Q&A with Robert Morse (BAM), “Reading Between the Lines: Ethnomusicology and Music Journalism” (Society for Ethnomusicology’s annual meeting), Q&A with Paul Morrissey and Holly Woodlawn.


- Member of the Advisory Review Panel for Cycle II of the New York State Music Fund, which granted $19 million for performances, presentations, commissions and educational programs throughout New York State.


- WNYC; NPR’s All Things Considered; WCBS; BBC; France Inter, France Musique (French public radios); RTL (France); co-producer, 2008 election night on francophone channel TV5 Monde.


- ABBA Gold (Universal); various artists: Pop Romantique (March); Serge Gainsbourg: Couleur Café (Mercury); Linda Smith: Preference (Harriet)


- M.A. in history, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.

- B.A. in history and political science, Sciences Po, Paris, France


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