" If God still lives, my marriage will be bloodier than Helen's." The mad prophetess Cassandra
A new exhibit at the Kinsey Institute gallery looks at love and sex in wartime.
The empty chairs aren't just for economy. They're part of the puzzle.
It's a play about ordinary people, but it has the heft, the feel of a Greek tragedy.
A classic antiwar play written in 1920 meets a contemporary piece about the complexity of property rights.