Domingo Garcia and his council redistricting pals pull off a neat trick.
In The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, a man throws himself on the horns of a romantic dilemma
See The Goat at Kitchen Dog
A movie star in the closet? An invisible baby? How absurd!
Wingspan takes on Edward Albee
Party games push the fear factor in Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
WaterTower gets Virginia
Randel Wright, scenic artist
For Stones in His Pockets, two actors take on 15 roles in a pleasant Irish fling
Plays by Neil LaBute and Edward Albee weigh the delicate balance between love and hate
2003's theater winners gambled on edgy themes, took risks on new talent, new material
The Danube flows in unexpected directions at Kitchen Dog Theater
Spider Woman wraps Uptown Players in her spell; Dinner with Friends and Artificial Jungle feel like traps
Critic, pimp and bloodsuckers meet in the Undermain's production St. Nicholas
Kitchen Dog flashes deadly fangs in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
The two couples in Seascape must take a giant step for mankind
11th Street Theatre walks a high wire over Edward Albee's domestic disturbance
This story of blue bloods trying to keep up with the Kennedys is well-acted and too much
Shakespeare Festival of Dallas gets the wrong parts of Macbeth right
DTC's Three Tall Women measures up
Comeback of Freddy Chickan is an intriguing blend of insight and narcissism