My apologies for the lapse in activity over the past few weeks. I spent my last week in New York City seeing shows back to back to back, and then I immediately started work at Princeton Summer Theater as a stage manager for the final show of their season, Topdog/Underdog. When that production closed, I went on vacation with family and unplugged for a bit, and now I’m preparing to move back to Princeton for my junior year.
I couldn’t let the summer pass by, however, without sharing my takes on the last three productions I saw in NYC, two of which are contenders for my favorite show of the summer.
This time, I challenged myself to write two “flash reviews” to practice writing a shorter form piece. These shorter reviews had a self-set word limit of 600 words.
The last reviews of summer 2019 can be found here:
Reborning at SoHo Playhouse
Road Show at Encores! Off-Center
What the Constitution Means to Me at the Helen Hayes Theater
I don’t plan to disappear forever! Stay tuned for the future of The College Critic. This blog may morph into something else as I continue to review shows beyond this summer’s project.
Thanks for reading my reviews, and keep supporting the arts, live theater, and journalism!