Though women can be quick to point out when a man is wrong and it's become routine for "The New York Times" to print retractions and corrections, it's rare to hear a man admit he was wrong.
Turn in your hymnal books to page E1 (Weekend Arts) to share my appreciation of theater critic, Ben Brantley's statement: "And yes, that quiet crunching sound you hear is me eating my hat," in a reappraisal of his review of an earlier performance of "Gypsy", starring Patti Lapone.
Kudos to Ben Brantley. Let's hope The Learning Annex hires him to teach others that saying you were wrong can be right. And the class shouldn't be limited to men.