Dangerous takes us into the sinister sex lives of Berlin's best and buffest.
Michael McKeever's latest comedy is an inessential giggle
Six plays from scratch in 24 hours means no sleep and lots of laughs.
The Public Theatre riffs on Marxism and the urge to stroke people's heads
The Impressionists is born in a time, a place, a moment.
Hand of God wrestles with gritty questions like, Do miracles happen every day?
Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart brings back a time of acting up
Pride, paintings, and pet poop come to the Broward Center
Albee's Seascape brings humans face to face with their reptilian cousins
New Theatre's Affluenza! offers a head-clearing breath of cynicism for the holidays
New Theatre's boxing drama spars, shadowboxes but barely lands a punch
McKeever's new play probes the meaning of one man's phenomenal good fortune
Unfortunately, this O'Neill play still doesn't have much to say
Hollywood Playhouse: six playlets in search of a theme
Nilo Cruz's award underscores the high and low lights of South Florida
Keith Bunin's prickly tale of a trio of art forgers conjures a counterfeit of its own
Hollywood Playhouse takes aim at old-fashioned Broadway comedy in Open Season
What's the future look like? Only our theater critic knows for sure.
This little West Palm Beach theater packs a big punch
Four thespian kingpins reveal their most elaborately staged fantasies
I Hate Hamlet plays for laughs on the vices and virtues of selling out
Dougherty's South Florida finale
Caldwell Theatre Company New Year's Eve show
I Am a Camera
March 5 - 11, 1998