Do you really want to circle these old tyrannosaurus bones one more time?
Palm Beach Dramaworks' gritty Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf sends 'em home uplifted.
Pygmalion is an outdated concept, but love of literature lasts forever
A Marriage Minuet is a funny ejaculation that ends a little prematurely
Take Heed's Fool for Love explores the menace of hopeless love, if you can call it that
A play that generates more questions than answers isn't such a bad thing
John Felix, Margery Lowe, Michael McKeever, and Joanna Olsen for Seascape
Albee's Seascape brings humans face to face with their reptilian cousins
Gurney's frequently produced Dining Room still can't deliver the emotional goods
Orton's tour de farce plays a bit too straight for moderns
Albee's tragicomedy puts everything else on-stage to shame
Nilo Cruz's award underscores the high and low lights of South Florida
Who's afraid of Edward Albee? Not Public Theatre
GableStage hits too many false notes in this potentially moving tale of 9/11
What's the future look like? Only our theater critic knows for sure.
No one should be, when it's done this well
The Play About the Baby
Look! Up on the stage! It's absurd.... It's a play.... It's Edward Albee!
This year's Fort Lauderdale International Film Fest offers everything from terrorists to overamped adolescents
Up ahead, some lights at the end of the tunnel
Letters for March 30, 2000
A Delicate Balance
June 24 - 30, 1999