An edgy new theater company hits Miami Shores.
At Mad Cat Theatre, Some Girls deals in the scar tissue of past romance.
Six plays come to life in 24 hours.
How City Theatre saved the world
Mad Cat Theatre contemplates life, death, and molting in Animals & Plants
A time when the best things come in small packages
Mad Cat's madcap premiere is weird and worthy
Guitar doesn't play camp culture straight
Miami Light Project boasts a fall season opener
Betty's Summer Vacation is wild and woolly, but it seems to last way past Labor Day
Steve Martin's adaptation of a 1910 German satire mostly just punches up the bodily-function jokes
Three scheming interns embark on a dark, funny quest for human donors in Mad Cat's latest
Mad Cat Theatre Company
Miami Light Project
Keith Bunin's prickly tale of a trio of art forgers conjures a counterfeit of its own
The Mad Catters spin real-life stories ... and pretty much have that mean street to themselves
A decent local lineup, some standards, a few stars
You vaginas talk amongst yourselves; retch has something to say to everyone
A story about love in the time of the generals
Up ahead, some lights at the end of the tunnel
Want real alternative theater? Take a walk on Biscayne Boulevard's wild side.
One of the best plays this year tackles the funny topic of sex and violence
A theater critic's farewell