The "Director's Note" in the program I received last Friday at Palm Beach Dramaworks revives the old line about Harold Pinter's plays being "comedies of menace." As near as I can tell, this means allowing glimpses of little, mundane moments to reveal the dread and horror that lives beneath life's bright facades, even in the most intimate settings. It's a cool idea, and Pinter productions often bring it off beautifully. So it's with some uneasiness that I tell you my favorite thing about Dramaworks' current... More >>>
Lowe and Durkin: Caught between the destined future and the mysterious-but-immutable past.