Ten seconds, give or take, that made the year (and one that nearly wrecked it).
Six plays come to life in 24 hours.
GableStage keeps Golda Meir real
A claustrophobic tale of capture, nurture, and torture
The unraveling of a marriage is a dreary thing to behold
In the Mosaic's latest production, there's no solace in death, just endless regret
Searing performances thaw the frozen landscapes of this powerful play
Steve Martin's adaptation of a 1910 German satire mostly just punches up the bodily-function jokes
New Theatre probes the mysteries of randomly interlocking lives
Hollywood Playhouse: Six playlets in search of a theme
A great production of a not-so-great thriller creates mysteries of its own
This comedy is dark stuff, and it deserves a spotlight
Devil went up to New England, he was lookin' to make a deal ...
Both The Weir and The Cocktail Hour are, well, intoxicating
The clever game is in the mind and on the tongue
Electra is a good classical choice, but it's a one-note performance
Things We Do for Love is not the funniest British play, but it often manages to do the trick
Seven solemn gables are not the only heavyweights around this mansion
Never the Sinner: The Leopold and Loeb Story
A theater critic's farewell
I Am a Camera