Alexander Strain shines in the brilliantly interactive solo play "Every Brilliant Thing"
Edward Kemp's adaptation appears to be a bullet-point reduction of the original tale
There was a time when the best parts of movies happened off-screen. The passionate kiss before the scene faded to black. The brilliant plan hatched...
It's funny the way the mind works. We hear a story of political intrigue, of petty grudges fueled by unhindered access to great power, and...