A short roundup of theater links, as I clean out my Instapaper queue:
- Rebekah Dare Guin has stirred up the standing ovation pot again (I’m with her on this one, specifically when it occurs in a theater rather than a concert venue). Michael Schulman mounts a feeble defense of the practice:
… standing and clapping is not [a problem]. First of all, you get to stretch your legs.
- Chris Young at Shakespeare Theatre Company shares some of his stage blood recipes with Maia Silber. (But, like your granny, did he leave an ingredient out?)