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'Spring Awakening' counters tragedy with a hopeful note

On paper, "Spring Awakening" shouldn't be an enormously popular coming-of-age musical. The songs are ra...

Chris Limber and Friends jive and wail 'Riffs in a Set of 10' at the Gaslight Cabaret Festival

I first saw "Riffs in a Set of 10"—veteran St. Louis actor/director Chris Limber's loving and lit...

'Orders' gives the coming of age tale an interesting twist

"Orders" is a contemporary show that asks an age old question: why do people serve  - their country, o...

'Motown the Musical' sets Berry Gordy's story to legendary label's hits

After a successful year on Broadway (and four Tony Award nominations), Motown the Musical launched its first national...

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Saturday, 20 June 2009 18:00


Written by Laura Kyro
KTK Productions Through June 21, 2009 Reviewed by Laura Kyro KTK Productions, a long-time member of St. Louis' established community theatre groups, has chosen to mount a production of Stephen Sondheim's Follies. Follies was first performed on Broadway in 1971,…
Saturday, 20 June 2009 18:00

Greater Tuna

Written by Chris Gibson
SIU-Edwardsville Department of Theater and Dance Through June 21, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Greater Tuna is an amusing and darkly funny examination of a group of rural Texans who live in a town so small it doesn't even show…
Saturday, 20 June 2009 18:00


Written by Chuck Lavazzi
Circus Flora Through June 21, 2009 Reviewed by Chuck Lavazzi Has it really been 23 years since our own trusty and well-beloved Circus Flora first set up its mini Big Top in our fair city?  It hardly seems possible.  But…
Saturday, 20 June 2009 18:00

Outside the Lines

Written by Missy Heinemann
St. Louis Actors' Studio Through June 21, 2009 Reviewed by Missy Miller Commencing the St. Louis Actors' Studio 2008-2009 Season theme, Power and Politics; local playwright Gerry Mandell illustrates a microcosm of Americana where the prejudices and right-wing politics of…
Saturday, 20 June 2009 18:00

The Last Five Years

Written by Andrea Braun
The Last Five Years Through June 21, 2009 Reviewed by Andrea Braun The last show of the season at The New Jewish Theatre provides a mostly enjoyable dessert after several productions that stuck to the audience's ribs. Here, we have…
Friday, 19 June 2009 18:00

Becoming Emily

Written by Phillip Hitchcock
That Uppity Theatre Company June 18 through 20, 2009 Reviewed by Philip Hitchcock The debate over a woman's right to choose rages on at The Black Cat Theatre in Maplewood with the performance of Becoming Emily, the latest offering from…
Friday, 19 June 2009 18:00

Everything in the Garden

Written by Andrea Braun
Stray Dog Theatre Through June 20, 2009 Reviewed by Andrea Braun Who would ever expect such goings on in Dick Van Dyke's living room? Charlie Barron (Richard) and Julie Layton (Jenny) are an average suburban couple in 1967. They have…
Saturday, 13 June 2009 19:00

The Merry Wives of Windsor

Written by Chris Gibson
Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis Through June 14, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson After sitting in the media seats for the first act, and being nearly eaten alive by insects in the process, I slathered myself in repellent and sat…
Saturday, 13 June 2009 18:00

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Written by Bob Wilcox
Clayton Community Theatre Through June 14, 2009 Reviewed by Bob Wilcox The younger members of the audience paid close attention pretty much all the way through the two acts and two hours of the Clayton Community Theatre's production of The…
Friday, 12 June 2009 18:00


Written by Chris Gibson
The Lyceum Theatre Through June 13, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson When you're driving down the I-70 corridor toward Kansas City, you may find yourself glancing at road signs and calculating the distance to each destination. Since they erect signs…
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