Like larger human communities, theater companies have their collective strengths and limitations, their insights and their prejudices. And it's entirely possible that those theaters that survive more than a few seasons often do so because they come to mirror their audiences' characteristics. The Caldwell Theatre Company, long ensconced in Boca Raton, certainly mirrors its community. Its style of theater is decorous; gracious; conscious of tradition, status, and class; and rather conservative in presentation. The Caldwell sometimes serves up some well-produced but tepid fare, and its occasional forays into controversial material rarely show much edge or conviction. But at other times, the Caldwell hits the sweet spot, as the sensibilities of the story, the theater, and its... More >>>