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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 If You're a Critic on the Internet, Everyone Can Hear You Scream
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Notes

  • This column is related to a panel discussion Critical Failure : Theatre Criticism, with Cameron Woodhead, Alison Croggon, Julian Meyrick and Stephen Sewell, chaired by Peter Mares, held at the Wheeler Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, 8 September, 2011 and on a response published by Alison Croggon, 'The Return of the Amateur Critic', published on the ABC's The Drum Unleashed website, 14 September, 2010.

    Comments on the issues raised were also posted in Australian and overseas blogs including 'Noises off: Netizens of the world unite' by British writer Chris Wilkinson, published 17 September, 2010 on the Guardian's (UK) 'Noises Off' theatre blog; 'Alison Croggon on Criticism and the Internet' by American writer George Hunka, published 17 September, 2010 on the Superfluities Redux website; and 'Histrionica! Critical Failure on Theatre', published 10 September, 2010 on the Crikey theatre blog 'Curtain Call'. Croggon also commented in her blog Theatre Notes.

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