Playwrights these days tend not to finish the stories they tell us. I don't mean those who flat-out refuse to do so, on the basis of some postmodernist premise that I've never fully understood: At least they're acting on principle, however misguided. The difficulty sets in when writers who seem to desire to tell stories stop short and decline to go any further, as if they've come to the edge of some steep metaphorical cliff. It embarrasses me to feel, even metaphorically, that I'm in the crowd of... More >>>