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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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An unlikely pick for a holiday show provides loads of laughs at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis.
Sunday, 02 December 2012 00:58

Not a dry eye in the house

Written by Laura Kyro
The story of Anne Frank is one known the world over. A young girl and her older sister and parents, and four others, escaped the Nazi persecution of the Jews by hiding in the attic of an office building (Anne’s…
Friday, 30 November 2012 20:03

She’s my sister, she’s my daughter

Written by Andrea Braun
‘Tis the Silly Season for Theatre where the saddest thing we see on stage is Tim Cratchit’s tiny crutch. No one shoots his eye out or is overlooked by Santa or, if an angel, fails to get his wings. Many…
Sir Alfred Hitchcock was, unquestionably, a cinematic genius, a man who made a lasting mark on film substance and style for decades. Director Sacha Gervasi’s “Hitchcock” dramatizes him as an…
A familiar story receives a remarkably engaging, technically impressive presentation in director Andrew Dominic’s “Killing Them Softly.” Two dim-witted, imprudent petty criminals decide to rob a high-stakes mob poker game.…
Japanese animation boasts legions of fans who recognize the quality of Studio Ghibli. For one week, Friday, November 30th through Thursday, December 6th, Plaza Frontenac will screen fourteen selections from…
Saturday, 24 November 2012 00:21

Blue Man Group: inexplicable, bizarre, and mainstream

Written by Emily Piro
Blue Man Group is known for their highly theatrical productions – part concert, part comedy, part multi-media extraveganza.
Italian director Paolo Sorrentino has a unique style and attitude on display in "This Must Be the Place," starring Sean Penn as depressed rock and roll legend Cheyenne. Quirky and…
I’d venture to say that few people would think about chess competition when asked about associations for Intermediate School 318, called I.S. 318, a Brooklyn middle school. As director Katie…
Monday, 19 November 2012 16:27

Imaginary Jesus at Mustardseed Theatre

Written by Robert Mitchell
A hilarious look at a young writer's spiritual quest for the perfect personification of his personal Jesus.
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