Drama Critic

May 1960
New Yorker;5/14/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 13, p36
The article reports on talks with Brooks Atkinson, who is resigning as drama critic of "The Times." Atkinson talked about her start in The Times as a book reviewer, her work as The Times drama critic since 1925, her bad review of "The Andersonville Trial," her authorship of six books, her plan to stay on The Times staff to write about arts and about changes in Broadway.


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