Go to the theater often enough, and you'll see great productions of bad plays, terrible productions of great plays, great theater that has little to do with dramaturgy, nearly unendurable plays in great need of a dramaturge, and, once in a while, great productions of great plays. In other words, there isn't a formula, but the best theater often starts with a deep, almost missionary passion for the play and its author. In this sense, Joking Apart Theater's staging of... More >>>