I saw the play "Three Days of Rain" by Richard Greenberg last night. I had almost forgotten how much I truly love live theater. As the director, Rene Copeland aptly pointed out, "when you're watching a play, you're experiencing an exchange - the actors affect you and you affect the actors." How true, especially in the small intimate theater where it was staged.
The performance was wonderful and the play itself is brilliant (I think I read that it was nominated for a Pulitzer). The dialogue was funny, sarcastic and pretentious, and I loved every minute of it! If you have the opportunity to see it - I highly recommend you lose no time in jumping at it!