Rarely have I been to a sold-out performance of a three-hour play where ticket-buyers, during intermission, laughed nervously about whether they had the fortitude to return. Mind you, I've been to three-hour shows where people fled during the break because the script or the performances were boring them silly or bugging them. That was not the case on a recent Saturday night at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary: One fellow, during the second of two intermissions that are... More >>>