Live Chat with TDF’s Raven Snook

Raven Snook is a writer, editor, performer, mom and all-around diva (in the positive sense of the word). As a writer, she’s contributed articles about entertainment, culture and parenthood to New York Magazine, Time Out New York, The Village Voice, the New York Post, TV Guide, Moviefone, Yahoo Parenting and, among others. She’s also worked as an editor for, and Theatre Development Fund’s online magazine, TDF Stages. As a performer, she’s appeared on many off-off-off Broadway stages (sometimes even for pay!), in a couple of obscure films and TV shows, and on “The Maury Povich Show” as a female drag queen. she also founded Hot Mama Burlesque, the world’s only all-moms burlesque show. She and her daughter blog about our adventures visiting vintage NYC businesses at A Young Kid Experiencing Old New York.

Hear what Snook has to say about theater criticism, TDF, and the current state of theater and art in New York City.

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  1. Love this. Artists: Creativity. Producers: Economics. Unions: Safety. Thank you for all of these observations.

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