Six plays from scratch in 24 hours means no sleep and lots of laughs.
Joe Adler murders kittens and makes you like it
Neil LaBute's Fat Pig is a pointless provocation
Albee's tragicomedy puts everything else on-stage to shame
City Theatre's energetically varied program of shorts marks the changing of the seasons
Nilo Cruz's award underscores the high and low lights of South Florida
Few questions asked, little revealed in these productions
Neil LaBute once again looks at the shape of ugly things in a funny way
What's the future look like? Only our theater critic knows for sure.
No one should be, when it's done this well
Tricky Dick takes it on the chinny-chin-chin at GableStage, while Teatro la Má Teodora smuggles a swine into its new digs
Look! Up on the stage! It's absurd.... It's a play.... It's Edward Albee!
Or, The Life of the Underappreciated Man Who Brought Us Life and Liberty
Dissecting the American dream: red, white, and Jew
Want real alternative theater? Take a walk on South Florida's wild side.
Local theater leaders bemoan their most persistent obstacles
Four thespian kingpins reveal their most elaborately staged fantasies
One of the best plays this year tackles the funny topic of sex and violence
Dougherty's South Florida finale