Author Archives: Noah Millman
About Noah Millman
Noah Millman is TAC's theater critic and a solo blogger. Prior to that, he blogged regularly for The American Scene, and his work has appeared in Commentary, The Economist, The Atlantic, and First Things. He worked for 16 years on Wall Street in equity derivatives and then in structured credit products before leaving to pursue his literary and artistic ambitions at the beginning of 2010. He was born in New York City and, with very minor exceptions, has resided ever since in the city or its environs.
My head just keeps on blogging.
A passionate production of ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore from Red Bull Theater in New York.
Can conservatives get past their “tough on crime” default posture?
Does the surge for the SNP mean that the Union is doomed? Or does the failure of UKIP to turn votes into seats mean that Scotland is in the catbird seat for negotiating a federalist solution?
Ever since the world began, it’s been that way.
Because numbers matter.
Perhaps we should pay less attention to principles, whether liberal or traditional, and more to practices.
Two classically haunted plays – by Shakespeare and Ibsen – are incompletely exorcised in their current productions.
It may be more potent than you’d think – but perhaps not in the way that you’d think.
Stephen Walt’s article gives us an opportunity to examine it.
Here comes another savage war of peace.
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Kissinger and Shultz’s op-ed give us an opportunity to examine it.
The coach of my old high school debate program is accused of soliciting nude photos from teenagers.
This is school break week for my son, so we’re away on …
How’d my pre-game post-game do?
Even a bad night for Netanyahu won’t mean radical change – but that doesn’t mean the election will be meaningless.
Insular communities can get what they want by putting their votes up for bid by the two parties. Is that an option for social conservatives?
Believe the hype: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s new musical, “Hamilton,” is revolutionary.
It’s a deliberate attempt to cripple America’s ability to conduct foreign policy.← Older posts Newer posts →
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