Happy Medium Theatre’s powerful production is a testament to how the artists in our area are triumphing over the economic adversity.
Richard Nelson does not compel us to pay attention to his characters’ psychological disclosures, and his reluctance to underline is refreshing.
Charies D’Ambrosio’s short fiction collections were finalists for major awards, but it is his essays that I return to again and again.
9/11 has inspired a number of movies and TV documentaries, but theater works about the event are rare. What are dramatists and theater companies afraid of?