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‘Animals Out of Paper’ reveals the creases where memory and hope collide

The ancient art of folding known as origami starts with a pristine sheet of paper, but as soon as a single score or f...

Cabaret review: Singer/songwriter Susan Werner brings the fall Gaslight Cabaret Festival to fine finish

Susan Werner's two shows at the Gaslight Cabaret Festival this past weekend marked her first solo appearances loc...

'Irving Berlin's White Christmas' sparkles with romance, nostalgia, and song

The Fox Theatre kicks off the holiday season with a romantic comedy musical filled with favorite tunes from Irving Be...

Theater Unspeakable does the impossible in 'Superman 2050' at COCA

It would seem nearly impossible for group of seven actors to perform an action-packed Superman tale on a 3-foot by 7-...

'The Misanthrope' at Washington U.: Is it Moliere? Or is it karaoke night?

Richard Wilbur’s translation of Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” is a swift and witty expose of bo...

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Focused on the famous impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir late in his life, French director Gilles Bourdos's "Renoir" resembles nothing so much as Renoir's work, which is to say that details…
There are consequences to being a sperm donor. Let’s say you become one just to raise some ready cash, not to raise children. And, then, let’s say that the hundreds…
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 08:44

'Smash/Hit’ or near miss?

Written by Tina Farmer
The Black Rep's world premier of Steve Broadnax and Michael Bordner's "Smash/Hit" is neither an off-the-chart success nor a box office flop, but it has the chance to develop into a solid hit. Building on the tradition of popular music…
Sunday, 28 April 2013 20:20

A star is born!: 'The Bad Seed'

Written by Andrea Braun
First produced and well-received by critics and audiences in 1954, “The Bad Seed” holds up remarkably well for a nearly 60 year old play. It was adapted by Maxwell Anderson from William March’s novel of the same title, and it…
Chekhov wrote his wistfully bleak “The Three Sisters” fifty years before Beckett wrote his existentially bleak “Waiting for Godot”. Each play shows a world where hope must ultimately end in disappointment. But, because of some tragic flaw in the human…
Bullying could be considered a kind of “violent delight” (Shakespeare’s words, though that wasn’t his subject) to those who practice it, but they are a cowardly breed. Cyberbullying is a great temptation to young people who have all manner of…
Mozart, as they used to say over at Variety, is clearly “boffo” with St. Louis Symphony audiences. The crowd at Friday morning’s concert was larger than usual and obviously appreciative of Bernard Labadie’s vibrant readings of Mozart’s 33rd and 40th…
December 4th, 1956, was a very auspicious day – especially for music producer Sam Phillips.
Director Robert Redford's "The Company You Keep" immediately establishes the "company" of the title with archival footage of the 1960s radical Weather Underground. The fictionalized film jumps to the present…
Although nearly 70 years have elapsed since the end of World War II, more and more information about the Nazi design to obliterate Jews continues to come to light. Now,…
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