If you like what you’ve read, you’ll love what you hear. I deliver keynote addresses and workshops about art and writing for professionals and students across the country. I have taught workshops at Emory University, Syracuse University, Theatre Communications Group, BroadwayCon and more. I’d love to share exciting ideas with you.


Panels, Keynotes and Workshops

Actor’s Express

American Players Theatre


Emory University

Georgia Ensemble Theatre

National Black Theatre Festival

Roberts Wesleyan College

Syracuse University

Theatre Communications Group Conference 

Radio Interviews

WABE 90.1 City Lights with Lois Reitzes “How A Book Of Poetry Became An Original Ballet Written For A Black Ballerina

GPB 88.5 On Second Thought with Virginia Prescott “Several Original Productions Taking Centerstage in Atlanta

GPB 88.5 On Second Thought with Virginia Prescott “Spring Arts Events and Festivals”

WABE 90.1 City Lights with Lois Reitzes “Atlanta Critic on the State of Black Theatre in America

Areas of Expertise

  1. Arts Journalism
  2. Theater Criticism 
  3. Diversity in the arts 
  4. Media Literacy 
  5. Media Relations for Artists
  6. Cultural Competence in arts reporting



The Art of Writing A (good) Review

Nowadays everyone thinks they’re a critic, but there is a difference between the thoughtful analysis offered by theater experts and the Rotten Tomatoes score. Get comfortable in the aisle seat in this half-day workshop, during which participants will go see a play and write a review.

Introduction to Theatre Criticism

The objective of this workshop is to offer novices an introduction to the field of arts criticism. Over the course of the workshop, participants will learn the basics of writing a review and examine a variety of factors to consider in writing a review (form/style, new work vs classics, gender, race, etc.).

Overview: Performing Arts Criticism

Participants will learn the difference between summary and analysis; what to take into consideration when writing a review, such as the way the show is marketed, race, gender, new work versus classics, and the producing organization’s budget; and how to get started on a path to becoming a professional theatre critic.


Can anybody hear me? Using social media to build brand enthusiasm

Once upon a time, brands were built with paid placement and word-of mouth. Those two things still matter, but social media has made it possible for anyone with a smart phone and an idea to captivate an audience. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to develop an online voice, best practices for posting on social media and how to create brand ambassadors.

Media Relations for Artists and Arts Administrators 

In this 90-minute workshop, participants will get a high-level view of the news cycle and deadlines, how to develop relationships with journalists and influencers, how to pitch stories that standout and places to get arts coverage outside of traditional news outlets. 


Media Literacy 101

Nowadays every one is talking about real and fake news and questioning whether all reporters are biased. It’s hard to know who to trust and how interviews become stories. In this 90-minute workshop, we’ll go through how to identify trustworthy news sources, how news outlets ensure accuracy and what factors determine which information gets into an article.

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