Harold Pinter’s language can be enigmatic and deliberately bizarre, but it suggests arcs of passion and desire.
Veils moves from political rallies to private show-downs, from blog exposition to deft, direct, and sometimes swiftly nuanced dialogues.
A friendly energy runs through the heart of The Road to Where, a tangible and inviting companionship.
His Girl Friday is a stirring celebration of the power of journalism that not only amuses but manages to be troubling as well.
Few people are familiar with the achievement of nineteenth century African-American Shakespearean actor Ira Aldridge.
One of Unknown Soldier’s powerful choices is that its central characters are not your standard young lovers.
The play’s made up of domestic confrontations in which dramatist Suzanne Heathcote at times moves past moments of high tension at high speed.