Thomas Floyd

Washington, D.C.

Multiplatform editor and contributing writer

Education: University of Maryland, BA in journalism

Thomas Floyd is an editor and writer for The Washington Post. He contributes features on theater, movies, television, books and comedy to the Weekend and Style sections, and also writes theater, film and literary criticism. He was a senior editor for the soccer site before joining The Post in 2018 as the entertainment editor at Washington Post Express. Since 2020, he has been a digital editor and contributing reporter for the Sports desk and a multiplatform editor for sections across the paper. In 2021, he copy edited coverage of the Capitol insurrection featured in The Post’s package
Latest from Thomas Floyd

How Design Army’s Pum Lefebure would spend a perfect day in D.C.

The industry trailblazer has crafted campaigns for such clients as Pepsi, Bloomingdale’s and the Academy Awards.

October 3, 2022

Constance Wu meditates on her mistakes in revealing memoir

The "Crazy Rich Asians" star isn’t afraid to look bad in "Making a Scene," her introspective collection of essays.

October 2, 2022

Sophia Lillis shifts from scary movies to the panic of live theater

The 20-year-old screen actress is wading into unfamiliar territory — live theater — with "Heroes of the Fourth Turning" at Studio Theatre.

September 28, 2022

At Ford’s Theatre, a director takes a return ‘Trip to Bountiful’

Michael Wilson, known for multiple interpretations of Horton Foote’s 1953 play, is back with a new version.

September 27, 2022

‘Ain’t No Mo’ ’ offers side-splitting laughs and gut-punching truths

Jordan E. Cooper’s searing tragicomedy, at Woolly Mammoth Theatre through Oct. 9, muses on the Black American experience through loosely connected vignettes

September 19, 2022

Taxi Fountas denies using racial slur in D.C. United’s loss

Following a clash with Inter Miami's Damion Lowe, the Greek attacker was substituted out of the match, which ended in a 3-2 defeat.

September 19, 2022

Spirit beats Gotham FC, has postseason hopes dashed a short while later

The defending NWSL champions have found their form after enduring a winless drought that lasted more than four months.

September 17, 2022

As yet another war wages, Synetic Theater remounts a cautionary tale

First produced in 2002, the ethnic-conflict-themed ‘Host and Guest’ keeps getting replayed, again and again.

September 14, 2022

Signature’s ‘No Place to Go’ finds its way thanks to its charming star

Bobby Smith is a worthy successor in this irreverent musical ode to the unemployed.

September 9, 2022

Bobby Smith faced unemployment. Now he’s singing about it.

The star of Signature Theatre’s "No Place to Go," an ode to the unemployed, brings his experience of pandemic-induced joblessness to the role.

September 7, 2022