Our critics weigh in on local theater
Fine actors turn a dated comedy about psychotherapy into something worth seeing
Mark Jackson's play attempts to expose mediocrity, but winds up being mediocre itself
Four plays redefine the word diva, for good and bad
Beth Wilmurt's innocent in cabaret-land offers a fine balance of feeling and cheese
Meyerhold may be the best home-grown play since Angels in America
Art Street's Io sings with a flat Midwestern voice, yet she's outrageously sexy -- and funny, too
Why are Bay Area stages so classically minded this season?