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News Eric Grode Named New Chief Drama Critic at New York Sun Eric Grode has been tapped to be the New York Sun's new chief theatre critic. He began work in the post on Oct. 6 with a review of Richard Greenberg's new play A Naked Girl on the Appian Way.

Grode, 33, was, until recently, the author the column "Stage to Screen," which he filed for just over five years beginning in February 1999. He has also written about about theatre for American Theatre, the New York Times and the Sondheim Review. Like many reporters and critics currently covering the New York theatre, Grode got his start writing for the weekly magazine TheatreWeek, which folded in 1995.

The Sun, a new daily of nearly four years standing, proved a lucky perch for Grode's predecessor, Jeremy McCarter. In May, the 20-something reviewer was chosen to succeed John Simon as New York magazine's chief theatre critic.

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