City Paper is not for tourists
AS A MEMBER OF THE gen-eral theater-going public and the theater community, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank Washington City Paper for its expanded coverage of local theater. In this very difficult time for small theaters and the arts in general, I am especially heartened to see the paper making this commitment of resources.
Those of us who struggle in the small theater community as playwrights, directors, and actors applaud your interest in the work we do. More importantly, City Paper’s expanded coverage greatly enhances the ability of the general public to make an informed choice for a theater outing. Keep up the good work, and best wishes to Trey Graham on his new beat!