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When A Playwright Becomes A Critic
"To me the idea of a sort of firewall between artists and critics was arbitrary and foolish. After all, how can you trust a critic if they don't intimately know the theater process? If you've never been in a rehearsal room, how can you separate out the direction, for example, from the acting and set, sound and lighting design?" HowlRound 04/09/13
Posted April 7, 2013 09:10 AM

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