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'Blues for Mr. Charlie' at Washington University: not perfect, but powerful

James Baldwin dedicated his play “Blues for Mr. Charlie” to the memory of Medgar Evers and of the four gi...

'Walking the Tightrope' at COCA is nicely balanced

Los Angeles' 24th Street Theatre recently presented "Walking the Tightrope"—a little gem of a the...

‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ has a bite that equals its bark

If there's one thing Edward Albee knows, without equivocation, it is the darker side of intimacy. The deep cuts t...

'The Winslow Boy' pairs social justice with a bit of romance

The St. Louis Repertory Theatre's current production, "The Winslow Boy," by Terrence Rattigan, is, at i...

Not very sweet Mr. Marmalade

Lucy is four years old. Her divorced mother works as a waitress. Lucy spends a lot of time alone.

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Sunday, 18 March 2012 17:01

Perfect timing!

Written by Shahnaz Ahmed
Six creative one-acts - all in one evening, all by David Ives, and it was All in the Timing!
Sunday, 18 March 2012 16:43

'Tartuffe' clowns around

Written by Shahnaz Ahmed
Jean-Baptiste Moliere's comedy Tartuffe was meant to be clever and funny, but even a classic script couldn't have saved UMSL's clownish adaptation of this play.
In her second co-writing/directing foray, W.E., Madonna interrogates the infamous Wallis Simpson/King Edward relationship from her, rather than his, perspective, the film insists. But repeated cross-cutting to contemporary couple Wally Winthrop and her increasingly estranged psychiatrist husband forces awkward, even…
Amidst the many father-son conflict and reconciliation films, Being Flynn stands out with its multidimensional physical and psychological layers. They include the struggles of Nick Flynn, the 20 something son of absent, alcoholic father Jonathan Flynn. Nick's floundering, trying to…
Washington University hosts the seventh African Film Festival March 23rd through the 25th. It includes eight films, three features introduced by short films plus a youth matinee. Selections this year celebrate independent women and the power of youth. Of those…
Friday, 16 March 2012 16:34

What’s in a name?

Written by Andrea Braun
Leo Greshen (Peter Mayer) sets up a kind of private Yom Kippur on Benny Silverman’s (Bobby Miller) lavish deck overlooking Malibu. But while it’s clear from Miller’s performance that Benny was once a great comic actor, he’s not much of…
Polish director Agnieszka Holland at first resisted, before gradually and then enthusiastically embracing the true story of In Darkness. An eclectic group of a dozen Jews survived World War II by hiding for over a year in the sewers of…
For over forty years, producer, director and editor Frederick Wiseman has crafted unique nonfiction films. Choosing institutions or groups as subjects, adding no interpretive voiceover narration, refusing to intrude with his queries, Wiseman delivers a fly-on-the-wall immersion. His latest documentary…
Monday, 12 March 2012 15:55

Shattering glass

Written by Bob Wilcox
St. Louis currently has a rare opportunity to see two productions of the best play set in St. Louis, Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie.
French director Benjamin Marquet's Lads & Jockeys follows three 14-year-old boys from their entry into a training school for prospective jockeys to one lad's first professional race. Without any voiceover interpretation, the cinema verité style renders the loosely episodic approach…
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