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Theatre criticism is a genre of "art criticism, and the act of writing or speaking about the "performing arts such as a "play or "opera.

Some major "newspapers cover the "arts in some form and theatre "criticism may be included as a part of this arts coverage. In the 21st century theatre criticism has grown in online venues, such as e-magazines and blogs, while criticism in newspapers has shrunk.[1] Recent research shows that despite the different medium, online critics may be as trusted as theatre critics who write for newspapers.[2]

Specialist media exists to cover most artistic "disciplines, in this field one such publication is "The Stage (see our "theatre magazines category for more).

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  1. ^ Warne, Russell T. (February 2014). "Criticism 2.0: Benefits and Challenges of Theatre Criticism Web Sites". Critical Stages (9). Retrieved 26 October 2016. 
  2. ^ Warne, Russell T.; Drake-Brooks, Malisa M. (October 2016). "Comparing the persuasiveness and professionalism of newspaper, blog, and social media sources of information in marketing and reviewing theatre". Arts and the Market. 6 (2): 166–186. "doi:10.1108/AAM-03-2015-0004. Retrieved 26 October 2016. 

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