Critics die. Audiences are reincarnated. The only true test of a work of art's value is its timelessness, and perhaps its timeliness. Timelessness is the ability of drama to say something about the human condition in a way that penetrates generation after generation of audiences. Timeliness is the director's (in this case, Michael Hall's) instinct for the right timing and audience. The Caldwell Theater Company's revival of Edward Albee's 1966 Pulitzer... More >>>