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'The Odd Couple (Female Version)' is still funny, and odd

Dramatic License Productions recently updated its vision to be a female focused company, with an emphasis on work wri...

'Sex, Please, We're 60' shows love and romance are good at any age

KTK Productions' "Sex Please, We're 60," running through May 3, 2015, is an amusing play, with more...

‘Age of Bees’ hints at hope in an uncertain future

Tesseract Theatre continues to demonstrate a commitment to finding not simply new plays, but new plays that tackle co...

'Art' teases its way through friendship with sharp humor and surprising affection

St. Louis Actors' Studio continues their season of "The Best Medicine," laughter, with dry humor that i...

'An Invitation Out' offers more than just another pretty face

In literature, great characters often make their finest choices in the midst of severe limitations. In the premiere p...

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If there's one thing Edward Albee knows, without equivocation, it is the darker side of intimacy. The deep cuts two people can inflict on each other, the way they keep jabbing at the same wounds, ensuring they never heal but…
The St. Louis Repertory Theatre's current production, "The Winslow Boy," by Terrence Rattigan, is, at its heart, a play about fatherly love, loyalty and social justice. The show is thoughtfully directed by Steven Woolf, and features fully engaged, well-developed performances…
Tuesday, 17 February 2015 21:58

Not very sweet Mr. Marmalade

Written by Bob Wilcox
Lucy is four years old. Her divorced mother works as a waitress. Lucy spends a lot of time alone.
Introduced by an on-screen quotation from Abraham Lincoln and an Indiana 1817 notation, "The Better Angels" follows its central character with a flowing camera, intermittent voiceover narration, and a series of instructive lessons. But this dreamlike film never explicitly identifies…
Mustard Seed Theatre's current production is the world premier of local playwright Rob Maesaka's touching historic fiction, "White to Gray." The story intertwines interracial romance and ages-long battles between parents and their children with history. In particular, the show offers…
Yasmina Reza has crafted a wickedly funny, sharply pointed play that questions just how civilized we really are, as a society. The realistically absurd plot digs further, questioning the value of not allowing time and space for our more primitive…
Monday, 09 February 2015 19:46

Ain't no flies on 'Stick Fly'

Written by Bob Wilcox
The place where the play takes place and the people in that place make “Stick Fly” something out of the ordinary.
Some teachers want to inspire children, to build their minds and prepare them for the future. Other teachers want to protect children, to insulate them from the dangers of reality, to nurture and to care for them. In Evelyne de…
"O the tango is done with a thin black moustache a wide scarlet sash, black boots and a whip."  When Jerry Leiber wrote those lyrics for "The Tango" (recorded in 1975 by Peggy Lee), he was reflecting the darkly sensual…
Men and boats. Men and gold. Men and their sons, on the beach or in utero or as a surrogate. "Black Sea" -- not "The Black Sea" (that's another recent movie) -- is all about getting the gold, getting back…
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