Jim O'Quinn, Beth Henley, Paula Vogel Receive Awards from Association for Theatre in Higher Education

News   Jim O'Quinn, Beth Henley, Paula Vogel Receive Awards from Association for Theatre in Higher Education Jim O'Quinn, the editor in chief of the monthly Theatre Communications Group (TCG) arts magazine American Theatre, received the Excellence in Editing award from The Assocation for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) Aug. 3 in Los Angeles.

Each year, ATHE bestows nine awards "that recognize excellence in educational and professional theatre," according to press notes. Other recipients this year include Mark Charney (Cohen Award), Martha Jane Kaufman (Chambers Award), Robin Bernstein (Outstanding Article), Phillip Zarrilli (Outstanding Book), John O'Neal (Leadership in Community-Based Theatre), Beth Henley (Career Achievement in Professional Theatre), Gil Lazier (Career Achievement in Academic Theatre), and Paula Vogel (Outstanding Teacher).

O'Quinn is the founding editor of American Theatre, which has been published for 26 years. His articles and reviews have also been published in Stagebill, Theatre Heute, Tatler, High Performance, the Encyclopedia Britannica and other publications, and he was a regular theatre reviewer for the now-defunct Manhattan weekly 7 Days. He edited The Journal, a quarterly publication of the SDC Foundation, for six years and created the Downtown Arts section of The Villager newspaper in Manhattan. He edited "The American Theatre Reader: Essays and Conversations from American Theatre Magazine," a compendium published by TCG Books on the occasion of the magazine’s 25th anniversary.

For more information on O'Quinn, American Theatre and TCG, visit tcg.org.

Today’s Most Popular News: