A work of substance may lurk beneath Adam Bock's flimsy play about an environmental disaster on a pig farm
One Window looks beautiful and makes us think, but its emotions fail to stick
A spiraling, syncopated riff on the relationship between people and their jobs
A stenographer, a geographer, and a typographer walk into a bar ...
Good-humored and infectious, overwrought and underacted, and delightfully meaningless
The Shotgun Players pull a funny, defiant play out of near disaster
A new comedy in five parts from Adam Bock is alternately brilliant and thin
Swimming in the Shallows