ERIC GORDON - People's World
The "Up Late" Award goes to the most prolific critic.
Congratulations to Eric from all of us!
Eric Gordon writes for People's World. He has written for dozens of local, national, and international publications, mostly about art, music, culture, religion and politics. His undergraduate degree is from Yale and his doctorate in history is from Tulane. He was director of the Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring in Southern California from 1995 to 2010. Eric is the author of Mark the Music: The Life and Work of Marc Blitzstein, and co-author of Ballad of an American: The Autobiography of Earl Robinson. A book he translated from Portuguese (Waving to the Train and Other Stories, by Hadasa Cytrynowicz) appeared in 2013. In 2015 he executive produced City of the Future, a CD of Soviet Yiddish music from the 1930s. He is the former Southern California Chapter Chair of the National Writers Union (Local 1981 UAW/AFL-CIO).
To view all of Eric's review excerpts, visit his Better Lemons page HERE.
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Tomorrow we will announce the winner of the "Theatre Hound" Award - which goes to the critic most likely to review the hidden gems, off the beaten path, those with short runs and small budgets.