The pros at the Houston Shakespeare Festival can put on a show.
Two of Houston's small theaters succumb to urban development
A comical Waltz delicately reflects the early days of the AIDS epidemic
The Bard's classic proves too colossal for tiny Actors Theatre
Shakespeare's Wives doesn't cotton to the South
Alan Bennett's Habeas Corpus has sex on the brain -- and laughs in its belly
Sanity goes on trial in Nuts at Actors Theatre