Housekeeping ~ theatre notes

Monday, February 04, 2008

Housekeeping

I dug out the dusters and polishers and have finally updated that theatrical blogroll. A few new names, including hopeful indications that blogs are making their feral presence known in Sydney, like those spidery starfish that are taking over Port Phillip Bay: former National Times critic James Waites is sticking his toe in, as is an Australian stablemate Lynden Barber, with his blog Eyes Wired Open. Also check out a couple of interesting blogs from Europe. I've helpfully put the new listees in bold, so you can tell which ones they are. The roll continues incomplete, but there's some good hunting there all the same. Avant and tally ho!

9 comments:

Ian Mackenzie said...

That's a ton of essential reading and a comprehensive summary of the state of the union. Nice!

One minor quibble, Theatre is Territory is actually a Canadian blog – we're in Toronto.

If you ever wanted to start a Canadian blog section, I could recommend also:

http://thenextstage.wordpress.com/

And

http://gypsyroar.wordpress.com/

But whatever. It's just cool to be on your list with so many other great blogs.

Thanks!

Alison Croggon said...

Excellent point, Ian, and one I must address. I'm kind of roughly categorising by continental mass - though obviously this doesn't count for the UK and doesn't excuse a certain laziness. I'll get onto it. Also, if anyone else has suggestions for blogs that ought to be on there, fire away.

Alison Croggon said...

Fixed!

Anna said...

Cool new image and colour scheme, too!

Ian Mackenzie said...

That's awesome. Thanks!

Alison Croggon said...

Thanks Anna. It was time for some decoration, I decided about 5pm yesterday. It didn't even hurt...

Geoffrey said...

I love it! As a Constant Reader it has really added to my day.

Hoy Polloy said...

Love the new look.

What about Hoy Polloy?

hoypolloytheatre.blogspot.com

Thanks
Ben

Alison Croggon said...

Hoy Polloy looks very cool (literally, green and cool). V swish. Looking forward to the play, too.