Hesherman.com: When a Theatre Review Condescends

In this article, arts administrator and producer Howard Sherman explains his problems with Philadelphia’s Inquirer critic Toby Zinman’s review of Water by the Spoonful at the Arden Theatre Company. Read the article here.


Philebrity.com: Lantern Theater Company Goes Out for Julius Caesar But Comes Home With, Er, Asian-Fusion Tempest?

This article talks about a letter that Makoto Hirano, a self-described “dance theater artist, actual Japanese person, [and] actual Samurai descendant,” wrote to the Lantern Theatre Company Artistic Director, Charles McMahon, after watching the theatre company’s production of Julius Caesar. McMahon also wrote a letter in response to Hirano. Read the article here.