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Saturday, 27 August 2011 12:07

This is the hour of lead: The Guys

Written by Andrea Braun
By her own account, Anne Nelson wrote The Guys in response to the World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 in only 9 days. By December, the play was in full production at the Flea Theatre in New York…
In 1964, Ken Kesey and friends—the Merry Band of Pranksters—drove a wildly painted bus from California to New York City for the World's Fair. They shot about 30 hours of color, 16mm film that confounded all of Kesey's attempts to…
As I’ve noted in the past, Union Avenue Opera isn’t shy about tackling material that pushes the company’s artistic and physical limits. Sometimes, as with last month’s Turandot, the results have been mixed. With the local premiere of Dead Man…
What a contest:QE I vs Gráinne Ní Mháille (Grace O’Malley) in The Conversation, a new play by St. Louis native Dennis Corcoran at The Focal Point in Maplewood. You don’t  have to be English or Irish to know that an ancient,…
Few films, independent or mainstream, present as unusual a narrative as writer/director Miranda July's The Future. July stars as Sophie in a committed relationship with Jason, so serious that they decide to take the huge step of adopting a cat…
Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone starts with enviable energy and maintains its pace throughout Lev Anderson and Chris Metzler's engaging, enlightening documentary. Periodic voiceover narration by Laurence Fishburne relates relevant history, describing the racial segregation of 1979 LA and…
Cinematically presenting special needs individuals—those with mental or physical challenges—is a dicey prospect. So only a daring director would attempt to dramatize a road movie with three such people, infusing elements of comedy and romance, tension and danger, trauma and…
Just when it seems the buddy cop, drug smuggling caper film has exhausted all worthwhile possibilities, along comes The Guard, one of the best written, funniest, most brilliantly acted and beautifully photographed films in this extensive genre. That's a credit…
Statistics convey the scourge of AIDs in South Africa with one in four people HIV positive. Less acknowledged and clear cut but no less devastating are the psychological and behavioral consequences: fear, shunning, hostility, denial—even to oneself and one’s family.…
Monday, 08 August 2011 14:43

What’s the matter with Bob?

Written by Andrea Braun
The playwright Edward Bond is the most prolific and important theatrical figure in the last 50 years of so that I’ve never heard of. The Manchester Guardian calls him “one of Britain’s most shocking and uncompromising playwrights.” He has written…
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