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January 12, 2009

As the Competition Hobbles Itself (and the Readers Suffer)

L.A. Times theater critic Charles McNulty's somber, eloquent tribute to Steven Leigh Morris, L.A. Weekly's recently laid-off theater editor, transcends mere solidarity in the face of corporate idiocy.

"Morris hasn't just been a champion for L.A. theater, big and small, spotlighted and marginalized. He is also a playwright who has approached criticism as an act of writing -- one artistic sensibility bearing intelligent witness to another," McNulty writes.

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