Oh, hi, I'm David Cromer, and I'm looking at you from page one of the Arts section of the Sunday New York Times.
I'm just teasing Cromer a bit; he deserves the exposure. I'd heard Isherwood had seen both Our Town and Picnic on a visit here last month, but didn't know what to expect in the Times as a result. It's an accurately admiring profile of Cromer, if tinged with the requisite bit of New York condescension—why hasn't he moved to NYC to take his career to "the next level"?
Isherwood alludes to the big reveal in Our Town without giving it away. I supported that stance when the show was still running, but since I'm pretty sure it's finally done (assuming Scott Morfee doesn't take that as a personal challenge to mount it in New York), I'll point those who missed out and are curious to this All That Chat thread where user "mtcond" obligingly responds to requests for a description.
See also, if you're so inclined, my campaign-influenced dual take on Picnic's and Our Town's views of small town values, and my own Cromer profile lo those many months ago before Our Town opened last spring.
Meanwhile, back in the present day, we review ten new plays staged in "the kind of small, funky spaces that seem to take root in almost every neighborhood in this theater-rich city" ( Isherwood) in this week's issue of TOC.