Dear New York Times,
Please for the love of God will you stop writing articles about Coast of Utopia? With the limited ink available to the theatre section, your ongoing coverage of the show no longer serves the best interests of your readership. Anyone who reads the Times already knows about the show, and probably knows a great deal about the casting, directing, design, influences etc. of the trilogy. Why do they know about it? Because you've told them. In article after article.
I am glad that Lincoln Center is devoting its resources to doing something that only it can do, as opposed to yet another tepid Shakespeare (a la King Lear) or terrible musical (a la The Frogs). But please. There is a lot more going on in this City right now. And there's an enormous amount more going on regionally.
I don't envy you. Every paper has to strike a balance between writing about what their readers already know about in depth and opening their eyes to new experiences. It's a hard line to walk, but I feel you have erred in writing article after article after article about COU. No show deserves this much attention.