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The whole idea that critics still operate in some lofty, rarefied universe is 1970 (or earlier) in its thinking.
Evaluating a waistline tells the reader nothing about the aesthetic value of an event.
The idea that we comment on commentary that comments on commentary wasn't worth a comment at all.
Goodspeed was great! But one moment was disconcerting, even disturbing.
You have to do what you have to do. But you could do it with class.
Instead of writing criticism, more and more critics are writing about criticism.
There is this thing called resigning, called putting one's money where one's mouth is.
Salon should stop banning live theater from its culture coverage.
A new initiative makes you wonder if the New York Times second-string theater critic had an effect.
Everything depends on how one defines "major."
Is David Mamet the biggest jerk in the American theater?
We're in an Orwellian trap: Freedom is Power. Control is Freedom. Everyone is Art.
Director Peter Dobbins might have done himself and his ensemble a favor by not cutting the work down to a maddeningly hard-to-follow three hours.
Finkle's admittance is a major step forward for NYDCC, which styles itself L'Académie fran√ßaise of the NYC stage but appears musty-fusty as Voltaire's tomb.