It's quite spooky and a little ooky, but "Creature" is no ordinary fright fest.
Ordinary people express their ordinary thoughts as they go about their ordinary business.
Thesp John Douglas Thompson is astonishly gifted in "The Emperor Jones."
This diverting showpiece has more on its mind than nostalgia for yesteryear.
Show represents the creme de la creme of dancers adept at this indigenous form.
After regional showings, Charlayne Woodard's new solo piece lands in town polished to a high shine.
The 20-plus scenes of 'Still Life' create dramatic moments that resist a central narrative.
Four coal miners trapped in a mine collapse write their final thoughts on a deck of playing cards.
Sisters Nora and Delia Ephron have penned a great girly show in "Love, Loss, and What I Wore."
For all its limitations, a fascinating attempt to look back in ambivalent anger.
Canadian scribe Morris Panych has written a funny play that makes you want to cry.