The NY Observer’s drama critic, a Brit, brought an outsider’s inquisitiveness to the American theatre, as well as principled grouchiness.
The theatre’s new literary magazine features writing by artists as well as administrators, looking inward at the institution at a time of challenge and change.
The New York Times’ newest critic at large thinks about culture both broadly and personally, and strives to deliver dialogue, not a verdict.
The Times’ lead critic looks back on a fertile period in the field and reflects on the role he played in it.
A new print monthly—yes, you read that right—is positioning itself to cover the field as it reemerges in coming years.
Solís, who has been leading a BIPOC Critics Lab on his own steam, will lead one under Kennedy Center’s auspices next month.
Also, a goodbye to my editorial home.
Armed with the idea that truth-telling and empathy don’t have to be mutually exclusive, they founded Rescripted, an independent Chicago theatre publication.
Succeeding Sara Holdren at New York magazine, Shaw will shine her unblinking critical light on works big and small.
The longtime critic and reporter, now theatre and dance editor at the Chicago Reader, gives her take on the city’s vibrant, often misunderstood theatre scene.