Craig Wright's "Blind" spells bad news for a modern age in desperate need of heroes.
The walls may talk but not with any real strength of conviction.
Nobody likes to admit it, but it's a lot harder for girls to leave home than for boys.
Trimly mounted, crisply performed, a lyrical earful and a comic delight.
There's a feeling that a chance has been lost to reach a broader audience through theatrical drama.
A physically decorative ensemble enact witty, occasionally poignant vignettes.
It's always a joy to watch other people's marriages crash and burn.
The tension built up on stage is too confined for comfort.
Sam Shepard's play turns on the dolefully funny but emotionally arid ruminations of two old coots.
David Ives and Walter Bobbie take all the fun out of sexual power games by talking them to death.
It's easy to see why Ensemble Studio Theater put its chips on "Princes of Waco."