Rom-coms used to be a cash cow and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Pegasus' annual black-and-white offering should pick up the pace.
Theatre Three won't let you deny the Nile
The DCT shows off its claw
Theatre Three asks Whodunnit but doesn't have a clue.
Serial killer, masked man and ghetto diva--but, dang it, not in the same show
Myths make a splash in Metamorphoses at Theatre Three; Far Away close to perfect at FIT
No sex, please, they're skittish at The MAC; comedy galore, mystery a bore in Addison
Kisses for a lovable Frog Prince; Arsenic and old jokes at Theatre Three
Romantic complexity fills and surrounds this superb Castle
Welcome to America's crime capital
Theatre Three serves a tasty buffet of red herrings; Fumed Oak cooks its own goose
The dynamic duo of storytelling
With Bat Boy: The Musical, Theatre Three finds a star who deserves rabid fans
There's more to Stephen King's Dreamcatcher than will fit in its confusing adaptation
Altman, at 76, rounds up the best of the Brits for a heroic resurrection
Looking back (and backward), 2001 had a few worthy mementos
Sturdy performances can't save the eminently forgettable The Unexpected Guest
RTC gives Witness for the Prosecution a rousing turn at the stand
Stage West's Rough Crossing is a pleasant journey by a plundering playwright
Nothing is what it seems in John Sayles' border-town tragedy, Lone Star
Richardson Theatre Centre coaxes a bit of wit from an Agatha Christie warhorse