It was born by accident, then nurtured like a calling, humble-but-lovable Dixon Place quickly developed into an indispensable part of the late-'80s theater scene. Today, it's even more crucial, maybe the last venue in Manhattan where performers can present works in progress. For 13 years, however, this laboratory for both the half-baked and the soon-to-be-great operated four nights a week in Ellie Covan's living room. First her East Village storefront, then in her... More >>>