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Chris Rawson, Theater Critic, On Honoring August Wilson

"If something seems wrong about the show...it may be the key to something important."

A Nuanced View of Free Speech

The First Amendment doesn't guarantee anyone a book deal.

What the Debate Over That “Big River” Review Really Means

"Room for disagreement" could also be the subtitle of America in 2017.

“Finding Babel”: Family Documentary Uncovers Soviet History

The mystery remains unresolved, but as the film ends, we are invited into the search.

►Watch: 20 Rhetorical Fallacies in 2 Minutes

A handy video guide to making terrible arguments.

Bill Hirschman: Theater Criticism’s Cockeyed Optimist

"An opinion is not criticism; it’s not even good reviewing."

My President, My Problem

"Not my cockroach."

Can a Playwright Be a Critic? Eliza Bent Says Yes

There is such an "orthodoxy" as to who can and who cannot be a critic.

Breaking the Male Code: William Giraldi’s “The Hero’s Body”

As Trump nears the bully pulpit, Giraldi cracks the international code of the human male.

Theater Critic Frank Rizzo Balances Head and Heart

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

Don’t Just Defeat Trump. Destroy His Brand.

Donald Trump must lose more than the election. He must lose his brand.

Note to American Media: Get a Damn Grip!

You're not Hillary Clinton's doctor.

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

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

Feminist Theater Critic Jill Dolan Faces the World

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

“American Heiress”: Patricia Hearst and SLA in Performance

As Toobin tells it, the case would have been comic if it hadn't been so deadly.

CFR Election Roundtable: What Do You Still Want to Know?

Is it in Donald Trump's best interest to lose? In this podcast, our writers weigh in.

Solving the Challenge of Gender Equity in the Arts

The next iteration of the Marbury Project needs your help.

TV Criticism So White and Male

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