Robert Cashill, an Associate Editor of Cineaste magazine and the Film Editor of Popdose.com, has been writing about cinema since the original versions of Dawn of the Dead and When a Stranger Calls. Thirty years later theater has joined his repertoire and his byline has appeared in numerous publications, print or online — The Wall Street Journal, Time Out New York, Playbill, MovieMaker, and Newsweek.com among them. Cashill, who resides in Brooklyn, is a Board Member of the Drama Desk theatrical critics association in New York.
|Publications:||Cineaste Magazine, Newsweek, Popdose, Between Productions|
|Critics' Group:||Online Film Critics Society|