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Resisting Tr(i)umphalism? Consider Cross-Cultural Theatergoing

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Theater helped me get a better understanding of the world and become an observer.

Theater Critic Frank Rizzo Balances Head and Heart

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"A little self-doubt, humor or humility can give an opinion authenticity."

The Shame of Pre-Judging Art: “Family Ties” for the Stage

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Let's remember to judge works when they're ready.

Feminist Theater Critic Jill Dolan Faces the World

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"Sometimes I think I lead from the heart, and my heart often bleeds a little."

In Chicago, Refining the Cultural and Critical Lens

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Five women in theater discuss training the next generation of theater lovers.

TV Criticism So White and Male

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The voices establishing the canon and critical language of TV echo its lack of diversity.

“She Loves Me” Blooming Once Again on Broadway

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...and this critic loves it.

On What Theater Has Become

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Why have we allowed the power of theater to dwindle?

How Should We Respond to Shakespeare’s Sexism?

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How do we negotiate between what Shakespeare is and what we want Shakespeare to be?

More Casual References to Race in Theater Reviews

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"Casual" and "aggression" are not compatible states of being.

Critical I: Adam Feldman, Time Out New York

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"I recuse myself on the basis of my past sexual relationship with the subject."

The Murder of the Creative Class

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Scott Timberg says that the creative class is being killed. What are you going to do about

To Love a Mockingbird

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Unstinting progressivism that practically leaps off the page.

How to Write about a Terrible Performance

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Critic James Jorden demonstrates a constructive way to loathe a performance.

Critical I: Linda Winer, Newsday

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"The cheese stands alone."

Let Us Now Praise Mary Testa

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Mary Testa and Michael Starobin offer "Have Faith," a superlative concept album.

Critical I: Misha Berson, Seattle Times

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"It takes a special person (or masochist) to self-select this job..."

Critical I: Matthew Murray, Talkinbroadway.com

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"Anyone can be a critic, but being a good critic is an entirely different matter."

Roger Ebert and Me: Tales From the Red Lion Inn

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The author remembers some good times that didn't make it into the Ebert doc "Life Itself."
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?