When a play condemns criticism, what's a theater reviewer to do?
A slick revival that's neither too close to nor too far from Beckett's original
A solid, if conventional, ending for the new Aurora Theatre's first season
A visit to (dull) Camp Shakespeare
All in the Timing delivers on its sit-back-and-laugh terms
ACT's Gaslight leaves audiences in the dark
The Marin revival of Cuckoo's Nest is a sturdy, if reserved, rendition of the archetypal good-vs.-evil play
Afro Solo gives voice to the work of several fine performers; The Boys From Syracuse deflates Rodgers and Hart's intent