God has nothing to do with Agnes at Palm Beach Dramaworks
Three great (and one wretched) moments that (hopefully) changed Broward/Palm Beach theater forever
Six plays from scratch in 24 hours means no sleep and lots of laughs.
Sometimes a girl just unhooks her assets and takes over a performance
The world premiere of Hatchetman is the best television not on TV.
Palm Beach Dramaworks' gritty Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf sends 'em home uplifted.
Capsule reviews of current area stage shows.
In the Mosaic's latest production, there's no solace in death, just endless regret
Steve Martin's adaptation of a 1910 satire mostly just punches up the bodily-function jokes
New Theatre probes the mysteries of randomly interlocking lives
Hollywood Playhouse: six playlets in search of a theme
A great production of a not-so-great thriller creates mysteries of its own
This comedy is dark stuff, and it deserves a spotlight
Devil went up to New England, he was lookin' to make a deal ...
Both The Weir and The Cocktail Hour are, well, intoxicating
Electra is a good classical choice but a one-note performance
Things We Do for Love is not the funniest British play, but it often manages to do the trick
Seven solemn gables are not the only heavyweights around this mansion
Never the Sinner: The Leopold and Loeb Story.
Dougherty's South Florida finale
I Am a Camera
Don Juan in Hell and A Christmas Carol