Theater-Words is a different kind of theater journalism/ criticism. It’s writing that steps away from the thumbs up or down standard, that stares deeply into the DNA of a production to come up with something penetrating, engaging, and descriptive. It’s writing that mirrors the actual theatergoing experience in all its fragmented, associative, random splendor; that confronts plays, ideas, and anything theater-related with broader culture and the world. It’s also, hopefully, a lot of fun!
Theater-Words is written by me, Harrison Hill. Hello! When I’m not watching shows and writing about them, I’m performing in them. You can read more about that and my other work at my website, HarrisonWasHere.com.
You can also check out a sampling of my other published work at the links below.
- American Theatre Magazine, “I Get a Sidekick Out of You;” in PDF or HTML
- NYU’s Mercer Street, a collection of essays; click here
- TCG Circle– topics ranging from theater sequels to touring in Canada to and and beyond.
Also, I’m always on the lookout for a good story. If you have a show, a topic, or anything you think theater-words readers might like to know about, let me know! You can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for reading!