Wednesday, June 13, 2007


Okay, this is just getting silly; there's so much out there that we can hardly be expected to keep up. We should really hire a secretary to keep track of all this, but would we really want to exploit the proletariat in that fashion? On the other hand, one should always have a retinue on hand to elevate one's stature. *sigh* I suppose it all depends on what genre of pretentiousness you subscribe to.
  • New York Magazine features Macbeth Without Words, Compression of a Casualty/Fox(y) Friends and Every Play Ever Written in its weekly theatrical Short List, both in print and online.
  • The Brooklyn Rail offers a much more comprehensive profile (blowhards!) in their print and online versions, under the nigh-insufferable title "Having Their Cake and Meaning It Too."
  • Nytheatre.comhas posted several more reviews of Pretentious shows, many of which are still running strong.

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