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'As You Like It' takes Shakespeare on a spirited, romantic romp through the Ozarks

The forest of Arden is found in the Ozark mountains of 1929 in Slightly Askew Theatre's excellent interpretation ...

In Chicago, an ideal revival of 'Der Rosenkavalier'

The Lyric Opera of Chicago's revival of its 2006 production of Richard Strauss's bittersweet romantic comedy ...

'I'll Be Back Before Midnight' is a captivating suspense best served cold and creepy

A creaky old country farmhouse and a tale of a murderous hermit set the tone in Peter Colley's "I'll Be ...

'Eleemosynary' dramatizes the give-and-take between mothers and daughters

Fifteen-year-old Artie stands at the top of a steep, muddy hill, wood and canvas wings strapped to her back. Her moth...

'Under the Lintel' asserts that faith, hope, and love are worthy mysteries to pursue

In 1986, a lonely librarian in charge of the overnight return box at her location begins an unexpected and surprising...

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Darkly comic and nearly equally as unsettling, "The Killing of Sister George," presumably relates the sad story of the death of a beloved radio character. Under this pretense the audience is offered an at times too intimate look at a…
If there's one thing the Midnight Company's artistic director and principle actor Joe Hanrahan knows, it's how to find and interpret interesting characters with good stories to tell. The remarkable part about this is that Hanrahan has been creating these…
In 1959, at the age of 22 and just as his career was taking off and stardom seemed assured, influential songwriter and rock and roll pioneer Buddy Holly died tragically in a plane crash. The MUNY's current production of "Buddy:…
From the moment that Scott Schoonover raised his baton to invoke that incredible athletic overture it was re-confirmed to me that "Don Giovanni" is indeed the zenith of 18th Century opera. 
Don't be confused. Emma Bovary is a 19th-century novel about the titular woman, whose married name is spelled with an a. "Gemma Bovery" is about a modern lass, a Gemma,…
In these centennial years of The Great War, it is wise to look again at Vera Brittain's astonishing, best-selling autobiography of her early adulthood. The paperback runs more than 650…
Psychologically driven films that burrow deep into damaged characters can be riveting, informative and entertaining. However, the story must carefully and coherently probe the central characters emotional traumas and offer…
They're short and squishy or tall and Twinkie-shaped. They're yellow, serious, screaming yellow, and they have excellent toofies. They have one eye or two, one green or one hazel, and…
A showcase for the prolific songwriter and showman Irving Berlin, "Holiday Inn," in performance at the MUNY in Forest Park through July 12, 2015, is stuffed with memorable melodies and toe tapping dances, then finished off with a happily ever…
If you are among the few who have never seen a production of "The Fantasticks," the current one at Insight Theatre Company offers you a splendid introduction to this ever-charming musical. On Luke Shyrock's well-worn circus set, director Maggie Ryan…
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