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Bill Epstein as Shelley Levene and Clark Ray as Rick Roma in 'Glengarry Glen Ross.'

“Glengarry Glen Ross” is a tight ensemble piece that requires precise timing and chemistry to work. The Beowulf production gets this just right with a well-chosen and well-honed cast. Read more» 2

Bill Epstein and Leslie Abrams rest between bouts in 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.'

The play conjured an abusive, raunchy, game-playing, one-upsmanship relationship unlike anything seen on the stage before. These days, however, there’s more sex and relational bitterness in any given episode of “Two and a Half Men.” Read more»

Jacob Brown as the Fool, Aaron Guisinger as Edgar, Breezy Giger as Kent and Bill Epstein as King Lear

Two plays open. One is a comedy; the other a tragedy. One features a big production company putting on a little play. The other is a little production company putting on a big play. If you have to pick one, which should you see? Read more»

At some point the undead will outlive their current cultural cachet. That time will not come before the current run of "The Transylvanian Clockworks" at Beowulf Alley Theatre ends. This is a very different take on the Dracula myth. Read more»

Looking to avoid the street fair in favor of some culture? We have some ideas. Read more»