by Randy Gener
from Critics on Criticism, Critical Stages: The IATC webjournal, October 31, 2010
“Randy Gener...argues that criticism of international theatre activity needs to be given greater visibility and needs to be supported and more effectively diffused and promoted.”
RANDY GENER is a writer, editor, critic, playwright and visual artist in New York City. He is the 2009 winner of the George Jean Nathan Award, the highest accolade for dramatic criticism in the United States, for his essays in American Theatre magazine, where he works as the senior editor. He won a 2010 Deadline Club Award from the New York chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists for “shedding light into censorship and repression of the arts.” He was named Journalist of the Year 2010 by the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association.