Well, y’all… it’s been a while. Too long a while. I meant to start writing on here again ages ago but between the pandemic, the murder of George Floyd, and the last year just generally being what it was for me personally and for the world, it just didn’t happen. But I’m back now. Why?Continue reading “Critiquing Patrick Rothfuss and JK Rowling, or: Being a Writer in Virtual World”
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The Critic as an Artist
This is the second in a series of posts I’ll be writing on the topic of theater criticism. In this selection, I’ll be looking at Oscar Wilde’s ideas of criticism and how it can become an art form of its own. If you happened to see The Critic/The Real Inspector Hound at the Guthrie thisContinue reading “The Critic as an Artist”
A Shared Experience: How Do We Discuss Art?
This is the first in a series of posts I’ll be writing on the topic of theater criticism. In this selection, I’ll be looking at how we think about the shows we watch and how our use of labels cam be harmful. On March 19th, I attend Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music:Continue reading “A Shared Experience: How Do We Discuss Art?”