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Monday, 12 March 2012 16:55

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…
Mary Zimmerman's The Arabian Nights is a show you just might have to tough out to gain the full measure of, but I think it's worth the effort.
A good comedy is comprised of many key elements. It must have clear and snappy dialog. There should be jokes and gags, both of a physical nature and layered within the banter.
The Rep is kicking off their Ignite! New Play Festival with the impressive world premiere of Ayad Akhtar’s thriller “The Invisible Hand”.
British director Lynne Ramsay's We Need to Talk About Kevin charts the first 16 years of the emotionally damaged title character who lacks the ability to empathize. As Kevin's mother Eva, Tilda Swinton carries the film registering an amazing array…
Cinema lovers know about the legendary Roger Corman: his extraordinarily low budget films beginning in 1954, his giving a who's who of stars and directors their starts, and his work ethic that accounts for over 400 projects as writer, producer…
Monday, 05 March 2012 21:42

'American Idiot' is still timely and a blast

Written by Chris Gibson
"American Idiot" is an absolute blast, a musical filled with energy and exuberance, both evidenced in the music and in the performances.
Monday, 05 March 2012 00:29

Good? Bad? Ugly!

Written by Bob Wilcox
Scott Miller almost always settles into a high-octane groove with his productions at New Line Theatre. That's true of his current offering, Cry-Baby, the musical adapted from John Waters' film of the same name.
It's all there: passion, infatuation, love, death, poverty, suffering, joy and art. And yet, La Boheme defies categorization as just another soap opera. After 116 years, Giacomo Puccini's music of the heart still grabs the listener's soul more willingly than…
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