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Sunday, 15 February 2009 19:00

The Spy

Written by Sarah Boslaugh
The Acting Company at the Edison Theatre February 14, 2009 Reviewed by Sarah Boslaugh People often speak of the Civil War as a conflict which pitted brother against brother, but the same was true of the American Revolution: not all…
Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:00

Don't Drink the Water

Written by Chris Gibson
The Alpha Players Through February 15, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Woody Allen's 1966 comedy, Don't Drink the Water, is a light and amusing fish out of water tale that finds three suburbanites from New Jersey trapped behind the Iron…
Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:00

Medal of Honor Rag

Written by Missy Heinemann
St. Louis Actors' Studio Through February 15th, 2009 Reviewed by Missy Miller Set in Valley Forge Army Hospital in 1971, playwright Tom Cole delves deep into the psyche of Sergeant Dale Jackson, a Vietnam War veteran whose honored act of…
Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:00

Red Herring

Written by Bob Wilcox
Fontbonne University Theatre Through February 15, 2009 Reviewed by Bob Wilcox Red Herring is, simply, a thoroughly enjoyable play. Or maybe not so simply. You see, it's November of 1952, when America is deciding that it likes Ike, and there's…
Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:00

The Subject Was Roses

Written by Andrea Braun
Avalon Theatre Company Through February 15, 2009 Reviewed by Andrea Braun "A rose is a rose is a rose." Here, Gertrude Stein was wrong. There seems to be a kind of mini-boom in productions of Frank D. Gilroy's The Subject…
Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:00

Tom Wopat

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
Cabaret St. Louis at the Kranzberg Center February 11 through 14, 2009 Reviewed by Chuck Lavazzi How comfortable is Tom Wopat on a cabaret stage?  Comfortable enough pull out a guitar and start entertaining the audience fifteen minutes before his show…
Friday, 13 February 2009 19:00

The Diviners

Written by Chris Gibson
The Lindenwood University Department of Theatre and Dance Through February 14, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Jim Leonard Jr.'s work, The Diviners, is a depression era tale set in Zion, Indiana. It focuses on two distinct characters, a mentally challenged…
Thursday, 12 February 2009 19:00

Sabina

Written by Chris Gibson
The New Jewish Theatre Through February 15, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson The discovery, in 1977, and subsequent publication of correspondence between Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, and a woman named Sabina Speilrein, forms the backbone of Willy Holtzman's play Sabina.…
Saturday, 07 February 2009 19:00

Blackbird

Written by Chris Gibson
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Through February 8, 2009 Reviewed by Chris Gibson I know I can always count on the Rep's studio series to provide me with something dramatic, intimate and unique. David Harrower's compelling work, Blackbird, fits…
Saturday, 07 February 2009 19:00

Liz Callaway and Alex Rybeck

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
Cabaret St. Louis at the Savoy Room February 5 and 6, 2009 Reviewed by Chuck Lavazzi The choice of an opening number is always a crucial one for a cabaret act.  Ideally, you want something that's an attention-grabber, that plays to…
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