Here’s another blow in the ongoing crisis in film criticism. On the heels of Roger Ebert’s April 4 passing, film and theater reviews at the industry magazine founded 53 years ago are kaput as of Friday’s April 11 issue. Executive Editor Daniel Holloway blamed poor reviews readership on the move in an email to writers obtained by theater blog Bitter Lemons: “An analysis of metric data by our executive team led to the conclusion that too few readers are engaging our reviews for Backstage to continue to invest resources in producing them”.
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