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'Bah Humbug' is a classic skillfully tailored for the kids

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' Imaginary Theatre Company once again presents a delightful interpretation of ...

'The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical' is filled with holiday lights and heart

It's time to find your comfy sweatpants, pop open a Pabst Blue Ribbon and check in on the residents of the Armadi...

'Becoming Dr. Ruth' is nearly as much fun as being Dr. Ruth

The New Jewish Theatre keeps their audiences laughing with a lively mix of humor and sex therapy in "Becoming Dr...

It's all about the music in 'Ring of Fire' at the Rep

With “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash,” the title explains the show itself.  It’s not t...

Bel canto done right in Lyric Opera of Chicago's 'Anna Bolena'

In the 1830 tragedy "Anna Bolena" ("Anne Boleyn"), the second of Donizetti's four operas deal...

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In the early years of the 20th century, so-called silent films didn't play in silence. They screened with everything from a lone piano player to full, glorious orchestral accompaniment. Recreating that marvelous environment through imaginative interpretations, the Alloy Orchestra has…
Sunday, 02 October 2011 22:25

South Pacific but north of Highway 70

Written by Laura Kyro
The Alpha Players of Florissant have definitely taken on an ambitious production in their staging of South Pacific. This lavish musical is set against the backdrop of American and Japanese hostilities in the islands of the south pacific during WWII. 
The Hot’l Baltimore is like Stray Rescue for humans. Its title refers to the fact that the “e” in its outdoor sign is burned out, and so are the people who live there. It is a cheap, extended stay facility…
So, you’ve been in a live-in relationship with your significant other for four years. Your best friend calls from a work party and tells you that said “other,” has told her husband that you aren’t “beautiful.” Oh, not in so…
Webster University’s hosting of the International Human Rights Film Series concludes Thursday, September 29th, with the marvelous South African film District 9. Science fiction films have always held the mirror up to our hopes and fears, beliefs and controversies. And…
Sunday, 25 September 2011 16:30

On the verge of 'Passing Strange'

Written by Emily Piro
Life is a construct. So the good folks at New Line Theatre suggest with their current offering, Passing Strange. It's the autobiographical Alice in Wonderland story of a real-life musician Stew, reflecting on his most formative years. A privileged, angst-ridden…
Friday, 23 September 2011 15:47

Gone, baby, gone

Written by Andrea Braun
There is much to appreciate in David Lindsay-Abaire’s Rabbit Hole, and credit for Insight’s thoughtful production needs to go to director Jason Cannon for giving this often-performed domestic tragedy a deliberate and coherent reading. He constructs a through line illuminating…
When I went to Alton Little Theater’s 78th Season opener, The Spitfire Grill, I was expecting a Pump-Boys-and-Dinettes-excuse-to-sing-a-song-show, not the lyrical folk magic that’s on the Spitfire menu.
With a restored 20 minutes, director Nicolas Roeg's 1976 science fiction film The Man Who Fell to Earth celebrates its rerelease after 35 years. The predicament that sends Thomas Jerome Newton to Earth feels quite prophetic now—Newton's planet suffers from…
Some individuals nurture and mentor subordinates affectionately and constructively—up to a point. But as soon as the mentee shows too much talent or savvy, a dynamic dance changes from a charming pas de deux to a destructive entanglement. Such is…
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