, an associate editor of Cineaste
magazine, has been writing about film since the original versions of Dawn of the Dead
and When a Stranger Calls
. Thirty years later theatre has been added to his repertory, and his byline has appeared in numerous publications, in print or online — The Wall Street Journal
, Time Out New York
, and Newsweek.com among them. Cashill, who resides in Brooklyn with his wife, two cats, and about a jillion DVDs, is a member of the Drama Desk theatrical critics association in New York.