Reviewers and reporters are an endangered species. Here’s how some of them are surviving—and even thriving.
Three theatre critics of color who are used to being the only one who looks like them on the aisle seat.
There may be as many kinds of writers about theatre as there are kinds of theatre. Here’s a handy guide.
Sure, theatres can find ways to spread the word without critics, but patrons still want—and deserve—disinterested reviews.
The crushing homogeneity of theatre criticism means it’s missing crucial perspectives—and its relevance to readers.
The legendary critic and impresario is still writing every day, though he’s largely left the battlefield to other warriors.
Choice notes from an extraordinary theatregoing career, documenting trends and artists of the late 20th-century stage.
The bad news: a huge drop in charitable giving and no itemized deductions for freelancers. The good news? An amendment could fix the giving part.
Thinking beyond what’s in front of you—to see a fourth option—can be a powerful key to leadership and problem-solving.
The playwright, a stalwart of Negro Ensemble Company and Victory Gardens, recalls his good fortune over a long career.