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One of the most highly polished entries in a career of fine, neglected plays about race
Kentucky noir onstage
A short "trifle" about Napoleon is witty as hell but very dry
Heaving-breasted Victorian women, suicides-by-potion, and ghosts: Who says Zola was a naturalist?
Two poor old folks with grand dreams people this farce about middle-class vanity
Neil LaBute has a shrewd ear for American talk but doesn't know when to stop
A 1957 play about a powerful country's war in a far-off, arid land still feels relevant today
Aurora Theater creates magic in a rural Irish pub
Split & PlayGround's 4th Annual Emerging Playwrights Festival
Transcendental Wild Oats, Yu San (Harmony), and Who's Afraid of Edward Albee?
The first SF Weekly Black Box Awards
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