Only Croggon’s reviews interest me much, not the other bloke’s, and part of the reason is the contextualization she (sometimes) brings to a merely local and temporal event. Take, for example, the review linked here. It is hard, off in Chicago, to muster up much interest in the play. But take a gander at paragraphs 6-9 (beginning “Who and what human beings are…" through to “by definition, not human”) and you'll see what I mean.
That said, other commitments probably preclude much archive prowling for the time being. Much as I enjoy the inestimable Croggon’s reviewery and critical peregrinations, such as leave their trace in non paywall-protected internet mews and alleyways, I have business elsewhere. I suspect the best—and more generalist—is not available (even as her own website restricts access). ’Tis pity but ’tis so.