Saltnote Stageworks got a bad review from the Washington Post. Now, as a singer I am finding that professionalism dictates that I don’t have anything good to say I shouldn’t say anything at all. (Not that this advice is well followed). But I have seen that some of the best artists here at Saltnote Stageworks are polite, hard working and don’t gossip.
However, I am writing this blog to my family who deserve to read the reviews, good or ill, of my performances and to the people whose family or friends are in those performances, or who may want to attend a future year of Saltnote Stageworks. And to fulfill that responsibility I should report what else is being said.
Here is the initial critical review from the Washington Post done before the program even started.
Certain flaws are necessary for the whole. It would seem strange if old friends lacked certain quirks. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe