L.A. Times Names Charles McNulty Theater Critic

Posted on October 3, 2005

The Los Angeles Times has named Charles McNulty as theater critic, it was announced by John Montorio, deputy managing editor for features. McNulty, who assumes his position in December, currently is a senior editor at the Village Voice, where he oversees its theater, television and entertainment coverage. He joined the Village Voice in 1992. His theater writing also has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, American Theater magazine, Theater magazine and Variety. McNulty is chairman of the Obie Awards, the off-Broadway theater equivalent to the Tony Awards. He also heads the M.F.A. program in dramaturgy and theater criticism at Brooklyn College, and has taught theater courses at Yale University, New York University and The New School in New York City.

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