It's all subjective anyway, we don't know the exact ballet that got Isherwood fired, I am sure it will come out in the wash or courthouse.
This thread hasn't seen much traffic and people aren't posting their opinions, so everyone has the same general consensus, what has been leaked out if true, that Isherwood's position was untenerable and if the New York Times didn't take action, it could have fatally damaged their reputation, if what happened came out a d
If this was in the financial industry, this would be akin to inside trading, then to gloat on your employers corporate email and to boot call your superior and boss a wanker, New York Times had no choice what's so ever.
This also could make it hard for Brantley reviewing a Rudin show negatively from now on.
The same Lloyd Webber bashers join the line every time. The seem to be kind of bitter about something, maybe that the popular opinion goes and buys tickets to his show. Despite a sustained hatchet show by the New York Times.
As Jesse Green I am sure he has moved up in peoples' estimations now, after that one of a kind review, it must feel great to be second bottom at last. Who are Vulture.com anyway, I think the .com is a bit of a clue.