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Navigating Theory in Our Lives and Onstage

I just finished plowing my way through Marvin Carlson’s Theories of the Theatre—an impressive but very dense survey of theory from the Greeks to the early 1990s. As I am reflecting on the lens through which I would like to … Continue reading

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Criticism and Ideology

I started out today wanting to work on a post about feminism, but I’ll save that for tomorrow as a) it is going to take more time and thought than I can manage in one day and b) I came … Continue reading

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Symbiosis

I want to take a stab at the beginnings of a conversation about mainstream theater criticism—one that I expect to evolve over the course of my writing. In the process of working on a show, the review is one of … Continue reading

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