Request a Review!

You can request a review for a dance performance, musical, play, performance, showcase or rehearsed reading. If it is a live performance of any sort, a review can be requested from The Theatre Reviewer.

To request a review, send the details of and poster for your performance(s) to:

When you request a review, you are entitled to free publicity on The Theatre Reviewer’s main site and Twitter. So, be sure to send over a picture that can be used for your publicity. However, this site must not be seen as a platform for publicity; this is simply complimentary to having requested a review.

Reviews are posted no longer than a maximum of three days after the performance date, though large or multiple performances may take at most five days. (Contact via email in the unlikely case that the requested review has not been published within this timeframe).

It must be noted that reviews offered are analytical reviews and not creative ones. This means that rather than focusing on the creative and rehearsal processes, on cast lists or on presented narrative/plot, reviews will consider the efficacy of the performance: what went well; what didn’t; what could have been done, instead; etc. More information about this can be found on The Theatre Reviewer’s home page.

Make sure you’re also following The Theatre Reviewer on Twitter to keep up-to-date with posts and reviews: @T_Reviewer

Thank You, and Happy Requesting!!!!

NB: The Theatre Reviewer only accepts review requests. Please do not send in publicity or advertisements, as this will be ignored. Thank you.


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