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Monday, 29 October 2012 22:48

Lest we forget

Written by Bob Wilcox
Janet Langhart Cohen, who wrote the current Black Rep production Anne and Emmett, has had a distinguished career as a television journalist. She knows a good story when she sees it, and she knows how to tell it clearly. She…
Change. It’s an inevitable part of life. People come and go, you never step into the same river twice; all that jazz. Self-help books and corporate leadership courses exhort us to embrace change, become change agents, and treat it as…
Sunday, 28 October 2012 20:21

Frankly my dear, I give a darn about this show

Written by Laura Kyro
We all know Gone with the Wind, that epic movie of a burning city, a tragic love triangle, a gown made from drapes, and a dramatic hillside silhouette with upraised fist underscored by a sweeping theme. Oh, yeah, it was…
Director Linda Goldstein Knowlton’s documentary “Somewhere Between” profiles teenagers—Haley, Ann, Jenna and Fang. They represent four of the approximately 80,000 girls adopted by U.S. families after the 1979 implementation of China’s one child policy. The catalyst for Knowlton’s keen interest…
Monday, 22 October 2012 17:08

Such stuff as dreams are made on

Written by Andrea Braun
“What becomes of a dream deferred? /Does it dry up /like a raisin in the sun?” “Harlem” by Langston Hughes.
For all foodies, the documentary “Step Up to the Plate” is sheer heaven. It carefully, scrupulously, and quietly watches legendary French chef Michel Bras and his son Sébastien create tantalizing, exquisite culinary masterpieces. With only a couple minor digressions, the…
Sunday, 21 October 2012 22:29

Crave at Fontbonne University

Written by Robert Mitchell
A young woman with psychiatric problems tries to sort out her life, and ultimately - and thrillingly - fails.
Friday, 19 October 2012 10:04

A celtic night at the circus

Written by Connie Bollinger
A crisp autumn evening, a gourmet meal served under the brand new big top, feats of breathtaking prowess executed by some of the most talented performers ever assembled; ladies and gentlemen, I give you dinner theater Circus Flora style.
In this year of the summer Olympics, we are keenly aware of the highly charged interconnections between sports and politics. This is, of course, not a new phenomenon though we get precious little exposure to the intense experiences in other…
Highly stylized and engagingly theatrical, Chicken with Plums relies on the considerable talent of French actor Mathieu Amalric to make his tragedy of lost love appealing. Most of the time, it works, as the story jumps backward and forward in…
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