Bill Eadie

Bill Eadie

Bill Eadie has reviewed theatre in San Diego for and  He is a member of the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle, an organization that presents the annual Craig Noel Awards for excellence in San Diego theatre.  Bill’s connection to San Diego theatre is longstanding and dates back to the first professional theatre production he attended (Shakespeare’s “Richard III,” at the Old Globe).  Bill also serves as Professor of Journalism and Media Studies at San Diego State University.  A dedicated over-achiever, he currently chairs SDSU’s University Senate, edits the Western Journal of Communication, and is writing a scholarly book titled, When Communication Became a Discipline.  His next goal is to retire and write the play that’s been kicking around in his head for the last fifteen years.


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  1. Avatar Trina Kaplan on July 1, 2015 at 4:21 pm

    Was is New York this past weekend & attended Sea of Souls, ion Theatre’s first off-bway presentation. The play was terrific, cast first-rate & a real audience pleaser!! To all who read this, tell your NY friends to get to the Peter J. Sharp Theatre on 42nd St. before July 11 or you’ll miss a good show by an amazingly versatile company!!

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