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‘Animals Out of Paper’ reveals the creases where memory and hope collide

The ancient art of folding known as origami starts with a pristine sheet of paper, but as soon as a single score or f...

Cabaret review: Singer/songwriter Susan Werner brings the fall Gaslight Cabaret Festival to fine finish

Susan Werner's two shows at the Gaslight Cabaret Festival this past weekend marked her first solo appearances loc...

'Irving Berlin's White Christmas' sparkles with romance, nostalgia, and song

The Fox Theatre kicks off the holiday season with a romantic comedy musical filled with favorite tunes from Irving Be...

Theater Unspeakable does the impossible in 'Superman 2050' at COCA

It would seem nearly impossible for group of seven actors to perform an action-packed Superman tale on a 3-foot by 7-...

'The Misanthrope' at Washington U.: Is it Moliere? Or is it karaoke night?

Richard Wilbur’s translation of Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” is a swift and witty expose of bo...

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The Beggar's Carnivale was an explosion of entertainment encompassing silent theatrical comedy, dance, extraordinary aerial acts, a live gypsy-style band called the Royal We, fire breathers and more.
Saturday, 18 August 2012 22:28

'The Lion King' still rules at the Fox

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
It hardly seems possible that it has been almost nine years since I first saw "The Lion King" at The Fox. The show seems as fresh and lively as it did back then, and the current tour, which has been…
At Webster University, over the August 24-26 weekend, documentary filmmakers David Redmon and Ashley Sabin will present two of their works, lead a question-and-answer session after Friday and Saturday screenings,…
F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “The rich are different from you and me.” Lauren Greenfield’s documentary The Queen of Versailles about billionaires Jackie and David Siegel proves the multitude of…
Monday, 13 August 2012 14:18

Magic Smoking Shakespeare

Written by Robert Mitchell
Have you been meaning to brush up on your Shakespeare, but fear you just haven’t got the time? Well, if you’ve got an hour and a half, you can cross that item off your bucket list by high-tailing down to…
Elena the Russian film and Elena the title Russian woman have an intriguing, mysterious presence. Both the film and the character communicate volumes while explicitly saying very little. Information is…
Stories set behind the scenes of historical royalty offer intriguing promise as they pull back the privacy curtain. Farewell, My Queen teases with such tantalizing scenes beginning July 14, 1789…
Tuesday, 07 August 2012 18:09

Something wonderful at the Muny

Written by Connie Bollinger
There are no surprises in the Muny’s performance of The King and I and that’s as it should be. The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical is perfect just the way it is.
Looking for a night of highly explosive drama, ear-marked by terse, intense Pulitzer-prize winning dialogue, dense characterizations and high-brow philosophical musings? Then DON'T go anywhere near Stray Dog Theater anytime in the next few weeks.
Science fiction films open up space for the imagination to play with ideas as much as gadgets. Total Recall is a case in point. Benefitting from fabulous CGI work reminiscent…
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