I didn't write any postmortem to the SPF theater bloggers panel on Monday. Off to a busy work week and I knew my esteemed panelists would anatomize it quite well on their own. Sure enough, Garrett mentioned a Times thread in the discussion; Isaac provides his play-by-play at the speed and length of thought; Cara Joy spreads dry whimsy; and George makes some solid wide-angle points about the futility of Times-bewailing and issues a call to arms for bloggers to salvage long-form theater criticism.
New reviews up at TONY: underwhelmed by Propeller's Taming of the Shrew; bored by the kitschy and unnecessary Edward Scissorhands; and feeling restless at the retirement-home Curtains. (My esteemed colleague Elisabeth Vincentelli has some thoughts about recent BAM programming.)
In other news, the blog Theatre is Territory associated with the Toronto-based company Praxis Theatre asked me to do a 10-questions type thing, and here it is. You can judge for yourself whether, per Jaime, I look like Skylar Astin. Most people say I'm a dead ringer for Jonathan Groff.
Next week, the Time Out New York cover story is a spring preview for theater. Check it out.
In April, I hope to write more and at greater length than these self-promoting linkety-link posts. Till then.