A young couple has a baby. Then one day an older man and woman appear in their lives, and suddenly there's no baby. A man paints a picture of a girl whose face he remembers. Then he finds out that she lived—and he drew a similar picture of her—a century earlier. Theater's the three-dimensional medium, the one that's all about living flesh-and-blood figures—and what's more fun, for artists or audiences, than denying the essence of the medium? "Last night I saw upon the stair/A little man who wasn't there./He wasn't there again today./How I wish he'd go... More >>>