Theatre Criticism is a hub for reviewers nationwide to inform theatregoers about staged performances taking place in their area, from small, regional shows to huge productions. Because newspapers, the longtime standard for critiques, no longer have as much space to devote to the many plays that run in their coverage areas, Theatre Criticism has stepped in to fill that gap.

We accept reviews from professional critics and amateur reviewers alike, but like the writers who ply their trade here, we too must be discriminating in what we display. Therefore, not every submission we receive will be accepted for publication. But we do welcome your contribution.

All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players.

— William Shakespeare