Posts Tagged ‘Fare Assessment’

Fare Assessment: Jonathan L. Fischer and Darrow Montgomery Go on the Bruise Cruise

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. Ordinarily we reserve "Fare Assessment" posts for analyzing The Washington Post's many forays outside the D.C. area—New York, Baltimore, Los Angeles, [...]

Fare Assessment: WaPo Goes to the Oscars

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels like The Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much time consuming art in other cities, [...]

Fare Assessment: Peter Marks Reviews Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels like The Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much time consuming art in other cities, [...]

Fare Assessment: Ann Hornaday Goes to Sundance

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels like The Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much time consuming art in other cities, [...]

Fare Assessment: Robin Givhan in New York and Milan

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels like The Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much [...]

Fare Assessment: Anne Midgette Responds!

So far, Fare Assessment has chronicled two excursions to New York by Washington Post classical critic Anne Midgette—for a Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program at Carnegie Hall, and for the Metropolitan Opera's Don Carlo. FA ruled that the first trip merited reimbursement to cover the Jersey Turnpike's tolls, and the second earned a trip on the [...]

Fare Assessment: Anne Midgette Reviews the Met’s Don Carlo

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels likeThe Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much time consuming art in other cities, especially [...]

Fare Assessment: Robin Givhan at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels like The Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much time consuming art [...]

Fare Assessment: Gopnik Visits Baldessari at the Met, NYC Galleries

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels like The Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much time consuming art in other cities, [...]

Fare Assessment: Anne Midgette on the BSO in NYC

There are plenty of reasons for an arts critic to leave town—say, vacation. OK, OK, all critics should see what's animating the national conversation from time to time—it can broaden and inform their perspective. But sometimes it feels like The Washington Post's reviewers are spending a bit too much time consuming art in other cities, [...]

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