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Monday, November 16, 2009

SF Weekly Seeks New Theater Critic

Posted By on Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 12:30 PM

After five glorious years as our chief theater critic, Chloe Veltman is moving on to a bigger stage. She's now writing a weekly arts column for the new Bay Area section of the New York Times. (Her column debuted yesterday.) We're sad to see her go, but happy to see such a prestigious publication recognize her for the superstar she is.

Chloe's good fortune could also be yours. The Weekly now needs a new theater critic.

We're looking for people willing to write critically and honestly about Bay Area theater; we don't want cheerleaders. Think you've got what it takes? If so, send a cover letter and copy of your résumé to will.harper@sfweekly.com. Please include samples of reviews you've written -- positive and negative ones.

Applicants must be knowledgeable about San Francisco's theater scene -- its venues, playwrights, and actors. A background in theater is a plus. Please, no phone calls.

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