Magazine article The Sondheim Review

Editor's Letter

Magazine article The Sondheim Review

Editor's Letter

Article excerpt

A LOT OF PEOPLE CONTRIBUTE TO EACH ISSUE OF THE SONDHEIM REVIEW. Most of our publications feature the work of nearly two dozen writers. What's more, multiple pairs of editorial eyes scrutinize the words those writers submit to ensure they reach you with linguistic clarity and factual accuracy. TSR's longtime associate editors are Sean Patrick Flahaven, Eric Grode and John Olson. With this issue, I'm pleased to announce that their ranks have been expanded with the addition of Christa Skiles and Paul Puccio. If you've read TSR's fine print over the years, you probably recall their names, since both have been occasional contributors.

Skiles was the public relations director for the Cincinnati Playhouse, a twotime Tony Award winner during her tenure as the regional theatre's publicist, including for the 2006 revival of Company that went on to win a Tony Award for the revival of a musical. She is a lifelong fan of musical theatre, an insightful writer and an assiduous proofreader and copy editor.

Puccio's first piece in TSR ("Why do people get so mad at Sondheim? …

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