Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
First Committee Member
Number of Pages
This creative thesis, a long work of fiction, is about a rock critic, Gabe Sack, who writes for a Los Angeles-based music magazine. He is tired of his job and decides to quit. However, his boss gives him one final assignment: he must track down an obscure lounge singer and write a profile of him. With his friends Staley and Darcy in tow, Gabe drives to Las Vegas. During the trip, he reflects on his life, his attitude, and his relationships with others. He senses that his job, which requires him to criticize the work of others, has had negative effects on his personality. During the course of his trip and his search for the elusive lounge singer, Gabe attempts to confront this truth and become a better person, with mixed results.
Critics; Rock critic; Gabe Sack; Original writing
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Kiraly, Andrew, "Crit" (2003). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 1599.
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