José Rivera's new play is a simple one-scene confrontation between two people who love each other; a standard-issue naturalistic playwright could have polished it off in 40 minutes. But Rivera, a trickster poet, can't resist a juicy aesthetic complication: His title is only the first in a string of intellectual sleight-of-hand maneuvers. The references that make this author hot, dramaturgically speaking, are not to Dalí but to the painter's unrequited lover, the poet García Lorca. The Moon, a key... More >>>