Kerry Reid
Kerry Reid

Kerry Reid

Kerry Reid is the theater and dance editor for the Reader (despite her own glaring lack of terpsichorean talent). She first joined the Reader as a classifieds rep back in 1992, worked as an editorial assistant from 2003-2007, and has freelanced (mostly theater reviews) off and on since 2001. Kerry also spent 17 years as a freelance theater critic for the Chicago Tribune and has contributed to dozens of other publications, including the East Bay Express, Backstage West, American Theatre, the Village Voice, and Chicago Magazine. She's also written a few plays and solo pieces that have been produced in Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, and various festivals in North America and Europe.

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