Rolling in with a tank's implacability yet also a measure of feline grace.
Bowdlerized and sanitized for your protection.
Julie Marie Myatt sagely realizes civilians can often lug around their own hurt lockers as well.
For all its campily ghoulish trappings, the material is familiar and sometimes downright stale.
No matter how pungent the ingredients, they resist rising.
"Lascivious Something" achieves its mythic ambitions to a surprising degree.
There are plays more gainly and less sprawling, but few more provocative and more entertaining.
Kenny Finkle's "Alive and Well" is neither.
Though overlong and somewhat toothless, the show is a sure mirth-maker for natives.
An impressive personal showcase whose heartfelt and earnest insights will captivate playgoers.
The farcical structure of Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart's book is as sound as ever.