There are few qualms to be had with ATC's new one-man show, Fully Committed
Valley stage stalwart Michelle Gardner is getting her act together and taking it to L.A.
Phoenix Theatre does justice to Don Quixote with notable cast and entertaining version of Wasserman masterpiece
Money woes force Arizona Jewish Theatre Company to cancel season's last show
A pair of local premières don't quite add up
Those who remember the past are doomed to sit through dated and dull Tintypes
Christmas sets stage for mixed bag of holiday fare-to-middling
It's business as usual in well-oiled How to Succeed
Don't bother taking a number for The Waiting Room
Ungodly Sister Amnesia's Country Western Nunsense Jamboree should take vow of silence
Phoenix Theatre updates a classic with aplomb, but other season openers lack hit power
A . . . My Name Is Still Alice doesn't belong here anymore
Though failing to shed much light, thoughtful Twilight of the Golds still shines
Lizard's tired tale loses audience
Oy vey! So what's with Arizona Jewish Theatre Company's Gentile bent?