History is like a lead weight in deep water — in two different productions
Neil LaBute's better angels step into a parched landscape of unredeemable ugliness
Palm Beach Dramaworks' Voice of the Prairie pulls national identity from the ether
Palm Beach Dramaworks' gritty Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf sends 'em home uplifted.
Hand of God wrestles with gritty questions like, Do miracles happen every day?
Confrontational Match turns out to be a Christmas kind of play
In McNally's play, a harsh, AIDS-afflicted world eats away at gays and straights alike
A piggish visitor upsets the delicate balance on an Ontario farm
Despite Florida Stage's beautiful production, this Bach is all talk
GableStage hits too many false notes in this potentially moving tale of 9/11
The Florida Stage lands a tasty catch of the day with this zany tale of redbaiting run rampant
Things We Do for Love is not the funniest British play, but it often manages to do the trick