Alison Durkee

Arts & Politics Writer/Critic

Alison Durkee is a NYC-based freelance arts and politics writer specializing in theatre, dance, history, politics and cultural tourism. Current contributor to Vanity Fair‘s The Hive and Features Editor for London theatre website Everything Theatre; former politics/news journalist at Mic. Member of the Outer Critics Circle.

Top Posts:
Interview: Choreographer Randy Skinner on ’42nd Street’ (Everything Theatre)
Review: Bandstand (Exeunt Magazine)
They Won’t Remember You: Shuffle Along, Revivals, and Reconstructing the Theatrical Past (HowlRound)
Review: King Liz (StageBuddy)
Warhol by the Book (City Guide NY)
Britain’s Tortuous Brexit May Drag on for Another Six Months (Vanity Fair)
What if we didn’t… have the First Amendment? (Mic)
For many, fireworks are the highlight of 4th of July. For those with PTSD, it’s a different story. (Mic)
How the teachers strikes are spurring political action ahead of the November midterms (Mic)
Domestic violence is a link among most mass shooters — but America continues to ignore it (Mic)