Theaterboy is Trey Graham, one of two lead theater critics at the Washington City Paper, where he's been a contributing writer since 1995.
He began his career as a writer and editor at the Washington Blade, and spent nearly five years in the Life section at USA Today, where for a while he was the music and theater editor.
He was a 2002 critic-fellow at the O'Neill Critics Institute and a fellow at the inaugural NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Theater and Musical Theater in February 2005.
In December 2004 he received the George Jean Nathan Award for distinguished drama criticism.
He yaks about theater on Around Town, the arts-roundtable program on Washington PBS affiliate WETA-TV. Sometimes (usually when Bob Mondello is in Argentina) he does theater reviews on WETA-FM.
For a year or so, he was a weekend host on WGMS-FM, D.C.'s commercial classical music radio station, but he quit that shortly after he got his first stalker.
He wrote the theater section of the newest Time Out Guide to D.C., and he's freelanced here and there, for magazines and newspapers including The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Also, he owns eight pairs of cowboy boots and has been known to dance a mean two-step.