The Conjuring spooks but never actually scares.
From actors to designers, directors to technicians, the city's brightest talent gets its due.
Marilyn Monroe is one of the first of many women that will completely floor any red-blooded man, gay or straight, at first glance. There is simply no way that those eyes, that smile, that shock of blonde hair, and that figure can leave you feeling devoid of emotion. Girls want to be her, and ... More >>
Sports aren't really She Said's thing, though she does like to watch games where there's a lot at stake emotionally (Super Bowl XLIV) and she nearly always roots for the underdog. Mostly, she really enjoys the speed of college basketball, and the nostalgia of baseball. She Said's dad is by no mea ... More >>
Frank's Chop House stands firmly in the middle of the road.
Puppeteer Basil Twist worked with the avant-garde troupes namesake and choreographer to create Wonderboy
The World Is a Stage
After the unspeakable Grinch, Horton is a surprisingly strong Seuss adaptation
The daughter of a hippie recluse grows to see the world her own way
The Alley spins new life into Arthur Miller's 50-year-old morality tale
The Martha Graham Dance Company defines modern movement
Simple moments in Arthur Miller's drama will move you
With summer almost over, the theater scene's heating up
Peach Biscuit, a.k.a. Punkin' from Pluto, speaks her words
Arthur Miller's daughter Rebecca comes into her own with Personal Velocity
Speaking in the clichés of language-study tapes, the characters in The Danube mourn the loss of life's poetry
Dismembered bodies. Gold booty and an ex-con's grudge. A trial rips into the mysteries of the disappearance of atheist icon Madalyn Murray O'Hair.
When Kilgore College staged a gay play, administrators learned there were limits to a liberal education in East Texas
Source pays homage to Kerouac and company
Alley sets and sounds stifle Miller's spare play
Pauline Oliveros moved to San Francisco. She played avant-garde accordion. She came out as a lesbian. She kept in touch with her mom.
For more than 70 years, Milby High School has educated working class kids from the East End. In the early 1960s, I was one of them. I recently went back to Milby to see not what had changed, but what, if anything, remained.
Jar the Floor takes a hard look at the ties that bind, and strangle, mothers and daughters
After 40 years, The Crucible's melodrama still works its spell
With Broken Glass, Arthur Miller reaches for more than he can hold
The Alley's Crucible gets more than it deserves, the audience less.