The production is fine but the content is flat in this portrait of the groundbreaking playwright.
If you dig past the chicken fat you'll find something most foul.
August Wilson's authentic but cliched early work is revived in a solid production at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Not only a pleasure to read but has a depth of meaning not often found in popular fiction today.
A historical fiction for ages 9-13 that teaches about the evils of prejudice against Japanese Americans during World War II.
When does patriotism go too far?
It's time to end the anti-male bias in advertising.
Savannah, like so much of America, needed to be saved — saved from itself.