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Billy McEntee

Billy McEntee is a freelance arts journalist living in Brooklyn. After graduating from Boston College, he's worked for arts not-for-profits in Colorado, California, and New York—where he now lives. His pieces have appeared in Vanity Fair, The Brooklyn Rail, American Theatre, and others. He works at Playwrights Horizons.

Cellphones in the Theatre May Offer More Than Just Unforgivable Distraction
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Cellphones in the Theatre May Offer More Than Just Unforgivable Distraction

7 September 2016

Billy McEntee discusses the use of cellphones in recent Broadway and Off-Broadway productions.

The Crucible Returns and We’re Still Pointing Fingers
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The Crucible Returns and We’re Still Pointing Fingers

12 February 2016

Billy McEntee traces the social history connected to Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, which premiered on Broadway in 1953 during the height of McCarthyism.

Journal of a Choirboy
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Journal of a Choirboy

Reflections on Performing in The Christians

25 September 2015

Actor Billy McEntee discusses his faith and his experience performing as a choir member in Playwrights Horizons' production of The Christians.