David Fox (David@recliningstandards.com) is a university administrator and teacher by day, culture writer (mostly theater and opera) by night. For more than a decade, he was theater critic for the late, lamented Philadelphia City Paper; he has written for the New York Times, Parterre Box, Philadelphia Magazine, Opera Quarterly, Opéra Magazine, Time Out Philadelphia, Kurt Weill Review, Performing Arts, and others. He is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association. He sometimes manages to think and write about other things, including movies and TV. Find him on twitter at @DavidAFox.
Cameron Kelsall (Cameron@recliningstandards.com) covers theater throughout the region for the Philadelphia Inquirer. His byline has appeared in many local and national publications, including American Theatre, Broad Street Review, Opera News, Parterre Box, Bachtrack, Exeunt NYC, Asbury Park Press and Phindie. He is an active member of the American Theatre Critics Association, serving as co-chair of the organization’s Membership Committee. Each year, Cameron files approximately 200 reviews, essays and features about theater, opera, music and culture at large. Find him on twitter at @CameronPKelsall.
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