Angie Hoover is a queer writer, teacher, and musician living the cliche in Los Angeles. Her fascination with film, theater, camp, and critical theory can only be surpassed by her somewhat unhealthy obsession with corned beef hash.

Cynical, though never dispassionate, she spends much of her time hoping to discover innovative art in all its forms, but is ever aware that she lives alongside the success of The Kardashians and more than 7 iterations of The Real Housewives. In addition to her work at The Show Tell Project, she is a research coordinator for NYU as well as a staff writer/theater critic for This Stage LA and Stage Raw. A former casting producer, Jr. college instructor, and executive assistant in charge of mainstream PR, her written work ranges from marketing, to psychology, to journalism and beyond. In the realm of academia, her nonfiction work, ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Abolitionism Within the Confines of Domesticity’, was awarded publication by Sage Press for its accomplishment in research and literary analysis and she was invited to share her more recent works in criticism and teaching methodology at both The 2014 National Undergraduate Literature Conference and The 2017 Southern California Writing Center Conference. She will continue to be an advocate for powerful cinema, performance art, music, and all works that offer sincere insight about the human condition.



Angie’s other interests include (in no particular order): Dungeons & Dragons,  Judd Apatow, and  Instagramming photos of her Basset Hound.