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Saturday, 28 March 2009 19:00

Souvenir

Written by Laura Kyro
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Through March 29, 2009 Reviewed by Laura Kyro One of the perquisites of my role as sometime theatre reviewer for KDHX radio is that I've given the chance to see theatrical performances I otherwise-for…
Friday, 27 March 2009 19:00

Glengarry Glen Ross

Written by Sarah Boslaugh
HotCity Theatre Through March 28, 2009 Reviewed by Sarah Boslaugh Glengarry Glen Ross is all about language: specifically how the bottom-feeding real estate salesmen of the play use and abuse language to create themselves and the world they live in.…
Friday, 27 March 2009 19:00

Sylvia

Written by Chris Gibson
Stray Dog Theatre Through March 28, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson The appeal of having a dog as a pet should be obvious to most. There's certainly nothing that warms the heart more than the unconditional love they offer their…
Saturday, 21 March 2009 19:00

...At Last

Written by Phillip Hitchcock
Soundstage Productions Through March 22, 2009 Reviewed by Philip Hitchcock Three consummate performers, a piano, a charming musical score, and my imagination! It's an amazing night of musical theatre with the season opener and world premiere of Soundstage's production of…
Saturday, 21 March 2009 19:00

Edward III

Written by Bob Wilcox
St. Louis Shakespeare Through March 22, 2009 Reviewed by Bob Wilcox William Shakespeare may have written a play called The Reign of King Edward III. Or he may just have had a hand in it; collaboration was common among playwrights…
Saturday, 21 March 2009 19:00

Hello, Dolly

Written by Steve Callahan
The Over Due Theatre Company Through March 22, 2009 Reviewed by Steve Callahan The Over Due Theatre Company is a bright and brave new little company producing in the Olivette Community Center.  They have just added a very solid production…
Saturday, 14 March 2009 19:30

A Night with Mr. Wright

Written by Chris Gibson
The Presenters Dolan at the Kranzberg Arts Center March 14, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Jeffrey Wright is an affable sort of guy, and he's performed to critical acclaim in recent productions of Pippin and High Fidelity. He has an…
Saturday, 14 March 2009 19:00

An Almost Holy Picture

Written by Bob Wilcox
Mustard Seed Theatre Through March 15, 2009 Reviewed by Bob Wilcox Prof. Gary Wayne Barker is giving a master class in acting these days, open to the public. Prof. Barker is conducting this class on the stage of the Fontbonne…
Saturday, 14 March 2009 19:00

Carnival

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
O'Fallon TheatreWorks Through March 15, 2009 Reviewed by Sheila Schultz Carnival is a curious musical.  It debuted on Broadway in 1961 earning seven Tony nominations and two awards.  Bob Merrill's tuneful score enlivens the story of Lili (Patty Bottini), a…
Saturday, 14 March 2009 19:00

Five Women Wearing the Same Dress

Written by Missy Heinemann
Theater Guild of Webster Groves Through March 15, 2009 Reviewed by Missy Miller Best known for his award winning screenplay, American Beauty, playwright turned screen writer Alan Ball attempts to capture the ceremonious drama, chaos, and humor attributed to weddings. …
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