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'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...

Ghosts and guilt haunt a brilliant 'Shining City'

It’s been a week of Irish ghosts, a week of Irish loss and pain and guilt.  It’s been a week of Iris...

'The Weir' haunts St. Louis

It’s an utterly engaging evening of ghostly tales and drink.  It’s full of that banter and intimacy ...

Moving picture star: 'Georama' at the Rep Studio

The musical "Georama," a staged reading of which was part of the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis's Ignit...

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2015 has brought very good films to St. Louis. Here are my top ten films plus a few more: 1. "Spotlight" is Tom McCarthy's intelligent scrutiny of the Boston Globe's…
As it has every Christmas season since 1951, the Bach Society of St. Louis presented its "Candlelight Concert" last night. It's a local tradition grounded in fine musicianship and intelligent…
Director Todd Haynes' film "Carol" is as straight-forward and unadorned as its title, and yet it delivers a powerful, profound emotional impact. Set in post-WWII America, the story follows Therese,…
Director David O. Russell begins "Joy" humorously with a staged, exaggerated soap opera, an introduction that prepares the viewer for some of the tone and melodrama that follows. Text on…
Co-writer/director Peter Landesman approaches "Concussion" with a quiet intensity befitting the subject. Nigerian born, forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu knew little about American football when he began work at the…
Lale. Nur. Ece. Sonay. Selma. Five sisters. Five nubile sisters. All five are filled with life and giggles as they play in water with boys. Some of the girls wear…
Writer/director Quentin Tarantino knows film history, borrows liberally, and champions film as opposed to digital media. He's now gone a step further in "The Hateful Eight," shooting in Ultra Panavision…
Once again, the St. Louis Repertory Theatre's Imaginary Theatre Company has crafted a delightful, inventive performance for young audiences that manages to entertain the adults in attendance as well. The traditional fairytale of a struggling but kind shoemaker who receives…
Never mind if you flunked macro-economics at college or never took a business or math class at all. Director Adam McKay explains it all to you in the brilliant, scintillating,…
What with El Niño, global warming, and the relentless drumbeat of hate and fear from the rightward end of the political spectrum, it hasn't felt much like Christmas lately for…
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