George Bernard Shaw once said, "There is no love sincerer than the love of food." While I have to agree with him on that, sometimes the love of another person can be nice too. And because these days the Internet can solve most problems, there are now websites that allow you to have your cake and s ... More >>
Last Wednesday, Craiggers hit on some forgotten Best Picture Academy Award winners, films which have slipped through the cracks of society's consciousness for one reason or another; either for being too of-the-moment, not having enough quotable lines, or for simply not having held up very well -- hi ... More >>
Higgins makes over Eliza, and the Alley adds its fine touch to Pygmalion in a glorious production.
Main Street Theater joins health care debate.
A comedy for healthcare from George Bernard Shaw
The Red Door Theatre Company stages Shaw's nonsecular romance
We've all been there, in the throes of a breakup so bad you fear you'll end up dying alone or in jail: Crying so hard your eyes are chapped and red, throat sore and aching from sobbing, hair matted from days without a shower and nails chewed to the quick. Your friends are tired of hearing you rehas ... More >>
The Alley ignites a firecracker production
Or How to get A-Head Without Really Trying
Love is not lost in Shaws romantic comedy
This radiant production is a Shavian dream come true
Doc reopens the Nader debate: Is it his fault?
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn.
My Fair Lady reminds that good musicals need good music
A cheese maker bites it in Actors Theatre's melodrama
The Alley becomes a vocal disciple in Shaw's morality play against religious hypocrisy
When Kyle Rutherford scored a touchdown, his parents cheered. When he threw a strike, they dreamed of college glory. And when he was benched, they took his high school to federal court.
Michael Collins examines the man behind the IRA
The Alley's Arms and the Man has Shaw's humor, but not his tears
Bill Hardy's Houston Rep hopes to give the city a fourth professional theater