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Healey is one of the leading editors of non-fiction in the U.S. She has worked with many of America’s foremost journalists, including Arthur Gelb of The New York Times, James Fallows of The Atlantic, Anne Applebaum of The Washington Post, and John McPhee of The New Yorker. Her devotion to journalistic talent is matched by her love of theater and her wide acquaintance with those who create it.

Theater has always been a special passion for her, as it was for her late husband, J. Anthony Lukas, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives

of Three American Families. It was while working with directors Robert Egan of the Mark Taper Forum and Oskar Eustis, now Artistic Director of The Public Theater, on a stage adaptation of Common Ground, that Ms. Healey first recognized the rich potential of a magazine and website devoted to the theater, which would draw on the talents of major writers as well as distinct theatrical voices.

JULIE CROSBY, Managing Partner of OnStage Enterprises,

produces and manages theater, film, and new media.  She has over 50 theater productions to her credit—including shows on and off Broadway and internationally. Her 9-episode web series, HEIRLOOM, is an official selection of the 2017 Raindance Film Festival and is streaming on Vimeo with over 4 million views. Crosby holds a Ph.D. in medieval drama from Columbia University and was honored with the the 2013 Lilly Award for Outstanding Producer.


Committed to supporting TheaterHound’s mission, our advisory board includes heads of major theater organizations, distinguished playwrights, directors, actors, and leading educators at major drama schools, theater historians, and compelling writers. To name a few among them: Tiffany Baran, Colman Domingo, Oskar Eustis, Halley Feiffer, Elinor Fuchs, Jenny Greer, Gail Gregg, David Ives, Todd London, Michael Maso, Julianna McGuirl, Evangeline Morphos, Daniel Okrent, Robert Orchard, Arthur Phillips and Anne Washburn.



Braver is a librettist, composer, music director, and teaching artist. His music has been featured in films shown in festivals across the country, and his musicals have been performed in Washington, D.C. and New York.


Carey has worked as a freelance producer for several off-off broadway productions including the underground zero festival and has served as a judge for the New York Independent Theatre Awards.  Currently she is a producing member of the League of Independent Theater and recently completed a juris doctorate at Georgetown Law.


Co-Founder of Root Beer Occasion Theatre Company. Wordsmith, soundwright, and theatre-maker. Currently designing and building props for off-broadway shows in New York.

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