/ by R. Sheth

October 18, 2006
By Chris Jones, Tribune Theater Critic

"In its best moments, Richard Vetere's Caravaggio recalls the work of Tom Stoppard in its lucid and complex dissection of such issues as religion, realism, art and romanticism.... this is quite the fascinating little drama, especially for anyone interested in the life and work of one Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, a maverick genius active in Italy between 1593 and 1610."