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Stellar performances energize a truncated 'Götterdämmerung' at Union Avenue Opera

This weekend, Union Avenue Opera concludes its 22nd season with "Götterdämmerung" ("Twilight...

The MUNY closes its 97th season with the spirited, crowd-pleasing 'Oklahoma!'

Rodgers and Hammerstein's beloved "Oklahoma!," running through August 16, 2015, is bursting with memora...

‘Spellbound’ casts its magic in a beguiling, enchanting production

Stray Dog Theatre brings a fantasy fairy tale to life in a charming staging of "Spellbound, a musical fable,&quo...

'The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler' is a comic trip beyond fiction

St. Louis Shakespeare brings "The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler" to life in a fantastic tale filled wi...

Take a delightful ride on the 'Carousel'

Hawthorne Players has opened a fine production of the beloved “Carousel”, by Rodgers and Hammerstein.

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Sunday, 11 November 2012 14:26

'Eleemosynary' spells it out

Written by Andrea Braun
“Words have a special feel. . . .There are words I’d give my life for. . . . “
Bond, James Bond is celebrating 50 years and now, in the embodiment of the able Daniel Craig, Agent 007 has lost none of his cool panache and the film none of its entertaining appeal. The latest Bond escapade “Skyfall” focuses…
Monday, 05 November 2012 23:41

Those funny Southerners

Written by Bob Wilcox
Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten have made careers – one could say an industry – out of writing comedies about an ethnic group that it is safe to laugh at, Southern whites, usually Texans.
Monday, 05 November 2012 23:31

It's never who you think

Written by Bob Wilcox
Detective-Inspector Frost failed to solve the apparent kidnapping and probable murder of a baby a dozen years ago in a small English village. Now he's returned to Waverton to try to finish the job before he retires. Welcomed on his…
Monday, 05 November 2012 23:09

That's a winner

Written by Bob Wilcox
Fences fills the 1950s slot in August Wilson's magnificent creation of plays for each decade of the 20th century. For me, it is one of the best.
Sunday, 04 November 2012 23:26

Cyrano at the Lapin Agile?

Written by Steve Callahan
The Aquila Theatre returns again to the Edison with Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac.  Despite its many good qualities I was disappointed in this solid but strange production.
In 1859, Baltimore was home to 25,000 free blacks but with abolitionism and talk of secession growing their world is changing. 'Facing the Shadows', a Black Rep premiere of a play by Sheila Payton performing at the Missouri History Museum,…
In French writer/director Christophe Barratier’s “War of the Buttons,” we find ourselves, spring 1944, in a relatively isolated French village. The Nazis have a dominant presence but remain secondary to the turf wars of two groups of boys. Their battles’…
Director Robert Zemeckis’ “Flight” embeds a complex character study in the tragic story of a serious airplane accident. This multifaceted approach makes it not only a rich film but also an important one because SouthJet Air pilot Captain Whip Whitaker…
The 21st annual Whitaker Saint Louis International Film Festival continues through Sunday, November 18th‘s closing night awards party begins at 8 p.m. at the Contemporary Art Museum. Between now and then, there are dozens of short and feature, fiction and…
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