She strides onto the stage without fanfare, expensively attired in a severe black pantsuit accessorized with a tastefully elegant scarf. "No applause," she cautions the audience. "We're here to work. You're not in a theater. This is a classroom." And so, without so much as a wink the play's conceits are promptly established in the first minute. Because of course we are not in a classroom, and we are in a theater. Nor does anyone who attends the current Stray Dog staging of... More >>>