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If a critic has been unable to find much to one's liking in 2,000 shows, is it time to do something else?
Broadway and critics should make common cause for their art. Haven't the American Theatre Wing and Broadway League always supported that ideal?
As one commenter writes about the Tonys, "The ratings aren't even equal to the number of people who attend Broadway each year."
And then there's the Broadway producer who said the New York Times' theater criticism suffers because Ben Brantley and Charles Isherwood are "gay white men."
As if Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Unity Temple in 1904 and returned in 1954 to add a new wing?
No doubt many of you arose this morning and rushed like mad, mad fiends to your computer to read what Michael Riedel had to...
He comes out about this, if you will, in his review of The Little Mermaid in Time. Frankly, it is quite possibly the strangest example...