Florida Stage's Bridegroom would be an important new tragedy if only it had a few more vowels.
Looking for saving grace in Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten at Palm Beach Dramaworks
Even Jack Bauer would have trouble with this.
Michael Frayn's Benefactors diagrams the sham beneath the marital banter
Joe Adler murders kittens and makes you like it
On looking into the mirror and being terrified at what you see
Palm Beach Dramaworks' Voice of the Prairie pulls national identity from the ether
Palm Beach Dramaworks explains why love stinks in short, rewinding scenes
The world premiere of Hatchetman is the best television not on TV.
You never get over your championship season
At the Mosaic Theatre, limping home from Iraq means renegotiating the family
A GableStage thriller pairs an abused cocktail waitress with a paranoid of the aluminum-foil-helmet variety
Mad Cat's insightful Artful Dodgers captures the day-to-day desperation of folks like us