Michael Feingold

Today, Would Aristophanes Tweet? (Part II)
When did the theater start ruffling political feathers? Only about 2,500 years ago.
Today, Would Aristophanes Tweet?
When did the theater start ruffling political feathers? Only about 2,500 years ago.
Daphne Rubin-Vega, Ayad Akhtar, and More Named Judges for 62nd Obie Awards
The new judges will join longtime chair of the Obie judges and TheaterMania contributor Michael Feingold.
The Crucible's Historical Melting Pot (Part II)
Witch-hunters, blacklisters, and many cultural crosscurrents infuse Arthur Miller's play.
The Crucible's Historical Melting Pot
Witch-hunters, blacklisters, and many cultural crosscurrents infuse Arthur Miller's play.
Our Shrinking Repertoire (Part II)
New plays are fine (when they're fine), but what about the great plays?
Lea DeLaria Will Return to Host This Year's Obie Awards
The Obies will be presided over by TheaterMania columnist Michael Feingold.
TheaterMania Contributor Michael Feingold Will Also Write for The Village Voice
The alternative weekly, which is under new ownership, is assembling a new editorial staff.
A Carol Faintly Heard (Part II)
How Charles Dickens and Christmas became synonymous.