Today was the critics' first day of critic class and I felt it was important to make one thing abundantly clear before we even met: critics aren't just critics anymore. That's why, upon entering our classroom, each student opened a Twitter account (fellow tweeters can follow #kcactf2 to see what they're up to), hitched it to their Facebook accounts, and pitched me a feature story related to the festival.
Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich wanted to know what high school students thought about quarterback Marcus Mariota's draft status, but he may not have realized how important the decision was to everyone. A student from O'Hara Cat... Read Post
My Critics Institute students got a real challenge yesterday: review Indiana University of Pennsylvania's production of the charming family show A Year with Frog and Toad, and then review Stockton College's A Comb and a Prayer Book,... Read Post
The 2010 Region II Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival O'Neill Critics Institute winner is...Villanova University graduate Student Mark J. Costello (From now on, he'd like to be referred to by his professional name, "Sa... Read Post