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'The Liar' is a madcap romantic romp

Imagine, if you will, that 80's pop icons Cyndi Lauper and Adam Ant decided to write a French farce with the styl...

'Hello Dolly' is still glowing, and still pleasing the crowd, at 50

The MUNY Theater closes out its eight-week season with this classic American musical, and I don't imagine they co...

Interesting characters and gritty tales of excess are the heart of 'Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll'

Joe Hanrahan's The Midnight Company, known for its intimate productions and one-man shows, delivers another satis...

'Quills' is an intricately detailed riff on artistic expression and personal freedom

Max and Louie Productions' staging of Doug Wright's "Quills" is a deliciously inventive play weighi...

Andre Previn's music for 'A Streetcar Named Desire' falls somewhat short of expectations

To criticize Andre Previn, the German-born American composer, pianist, conductor and jazz performer, would seem the h...

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Friday, 13 March 2009 19:00

Dial M for Murder

Written by Chris Gibson
Kirkwood Theatre Guild Through March 14, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson It's easy to see why film director Alfred Hitchcock found Frederick Knott's play, Dial M for Murder, to be such a viable property for production. Knott's plot unravels in…
Thursday, 12 March 2009 19:00

A Song for Coretta

Written by Chris Gibson
The Black Rep Through March 15, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Pearl Cleage has crafted a brilliant and compelling work with A Song for Coretta. It's an acting showcase for five performers, whose characters relate the reasons why they've come…
Thursday, 12 March 2009 19:00

Eurydice

Written by Chris Gibson
The Orange Girls Through March 15, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Orpheus and Eurydice shared a love that managed to transcend even death. The mythology holds that the music Orpheus produced as he mourned his loss, so moved the Gods…
Sunday, 08 March 2009 12:53

Ben Gets His Act Together

Written by Chris Gibson
The Presenters Dolan at the Kranzberg Arts Center March 6 and 7, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson I'm a big fan of Ben Nordstrom's stage work, and I honestly feel he has the unique ability to give a lift to…
Saturday, 07 March 2009 19:00

The Miracle Worker

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Through March 8, 2009 Reviewed by Sheila Schultz Language is the key to understanding.  This message is driven home in a drama whose most forceful scene contains little or no dialogue.  Based on the…
Friday, 06 March 2009 19:00

4.48 Psychosis

Written by Andrea Braun
Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble Through March 7, 2009 Reviewed by Andrea Braun Since Sarah Kane, already a respected playwright in her native London, killed herself at 28, and since her last fragmented work, 4.48 Psychosis, is about a young woman…
Monday, 02 March 2009 20:32

Little Shop of Horrors

Written by Bob Wilcox
St. Louis University Theatre Through March 1, 2009 Reviewed by Bob Wilcox In what may be a major medical breakthrough, Ben Nordstrom appears to have found a way to effect a transfusion of his own abundant talent as a musical…
Sunday, 01 March 2009 19:00

Arsenic and Old Lace

Written by Mark Bretz
Act II Community Theatre Through March 1, 2009 Reviewed by Mark Bretz According to Wikipedia, playwright Joseph Kesselring wrote a dozen plays, but only one of them was successful.  That lone star, however, was the amusing comedy, Arsenic and Old…
Saturday, 28 February 2009 19:20

Anton in Show Business

Written by Chris Gibson
SIU-Edwardsville Department of Theater and Dance Through March 1, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Jane Martin's play, Anton in Show Business, is more a collection of interesting and amusing bits, than the pure farce it pretends to be. There are…
Saturday, 28 February 2009 19:00

Aerwocol

Written by Andrea Braun
Upstream Theatre Through March 1, 2009 Reviewed by Andrea Braun What do a grieving pig farmer, his wife, a 19-year-old who had to leave college based on failing a philosophy exam, a paralyzed girl, and a guilt-ridden mine inspector have…
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