"If the play is a dog, we'll say that," he said. "But we also try to find something good to say. We want to encourage these companies because most of them don't make any money. They're also grateful for the attention, because most of them don't have any money for publicity."There's certainly place--nay, a need-- for this kind of advocacy-criticism. Especially when it's devoted to the shows that can't afford press agents.