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In Chicago, a revival of 'Nabucco' stars the chorus

Verdi's 1842 Biblical melodrama "Nabucco" ("Nebuchadnezzar") was the composer's first big...

'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 ...

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Director Molly Bernstein's "Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay" accurately identifies what she delivers. Dominating this documentary from the first frame of his hands shuffling his beloved…
Capturing the rise and fall and rise of Apple’s co-founder and sometime CEO Steve Jobs, director Joshua Michael Stern’s film “Jobs” uses deadpan humor, sharp dramatization, an energetically moving camera…
Through the history of American racism and the civil rights movement, "Lee Daniels' The Butler" follows Cecil Gaines as a boy in 1926 Macon, Georgian cotton fields to life as…
The actor-focused Theatre Lab makes a bold statement with its inaugural production, "The Sunset Limited," directed by Ryan Foizey. Focused on character and intellect, the show benefits from strong performances by Robert Alan Mitchell as Black and Zachary Allen Farmer…
"There are only so many traumas you can withstand before they find you on the street talking to yourself." Truer words were never spoken, and spoken they are, along with…
An extraordinary and chilling documentary, "The Act of Killing" chronicles exactly that in unprecedented ways. Several Indonesian men reenact, unabashedly, even proudly, ways they brutally tortured and murdered individuals in…
The Muny in Forest Park closes out the 2013 season with "West Side Story," the much-loved musical that's still an audience favorite. Featuring music and lyrics by Leonard Bernstein and a young Steven Sondheim, and a book by Arthur Laurents,…
You don't have to be an Anglophile or even a history buff to appreciate "The Audience." You don't have to know the politics of England since 1952 or be able…
The Hawthorne Players, now in their 68th year, are currently staging a somewhat uneven production of "The Secret Garden" at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre.
For anyone who loves animals or has any empathy, director Gabriela Cowperthwaite's documentary "Blackfish" is as heartbreaking as it is challenging to our definition of humane and intelligent treatment of…
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