Music and poetry, not plot, create A Place to Stand's emotional impact
Why is this tale of a criminally undervalued FBI agent told backward?
The power -- and limitations -- of good acting over bad writing
Sex and death on the Mexican border
Denis Johnson's third Cassandra play is a long, dark -- and hilarious -- journey
The Mission's stories come alive in this clever but distracting puzzle of a play
The characters of a first- time playwright choose their own slavery
Denis Johnson's latest play takes us halfway to hell
The tragic lives in a Mission dive
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Actor's Theater picks up after Nicky Silver's Pterodactyls