James Bartholomew is the program administrator and business manager of the Fordham University Theatre Program at Lincoln Center. He is also a writer, musician, and artist with a deep passion for theater, particularly solo performance. He is an ardent believer in theatre’s ability to give a platform to artists of all backgrounds and in the unique connection that the theatre forms between spectators and performers. As both a faculty member of a university theatre program and a writer of the arts, James is especially interested in fostering the talents of rising theatre artists and exposing audiences to the rapidly evolving world of solo performance.
When he is not writing on theatre or working on his own fiction pieces, James performs as a jazz percussionist and has performed in various locations throughout New York City and Philadelphia. He is a graduate of Fordham University.