Re-reviewing the re-release of The Graduate.
Steve Fields is steak-and-lobsteriffic
A love story told in iambic pentameter? Yes, and yes again.
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Streep, Moore and Kidman reveal it's sad to be sad
Two stages offer British accents; a fringe festival puts the accent on new works
Swim with sharks and housewives in this effective psychological drama
Ozon's latest grapples with what happens when the people we love are no longer there
Kitchen Dog flashes deadly fangs in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Lee Lozano was among the most celebrated conceptual artists of the 1960s. So why is she buried in an unmarked grave in Grand Prairie?
11th Street Theatre walks a high wire over Edward Albee's domestic disturbance
This slow, meditative Woolf adaptation captures Woolf's mood and her genteel era
Tom and Viv unearths a forgotten life