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More than a decade after his forced exit from Apple, Steve Jobs sat down in 1995 for an extended, one-on-one interview with Robert X. Cringely, a blogger very knowledgeable about the computer world, a former Apple employee himself, and, clearly,…
Saturday, 12 November 2011 13:00

Marlowe murdered, audience slain

Written by Andrea Braun
Some shows should have much longer runs than two weeks, but since Murdering Marlowe closes after next weekend, seizeth the day! This is a wonderfully inventive, clever take on the presumed rivalry between two young playwrights, William (Will) Shakespeare (Michael…
Friday, 11 November 2011 18:36

Oooh, baby, baby

Written by Andrea Braun
Should you see Baby, currently in its second of three weeks at Citilites, you might be as surprised as I was to learn this is Nick Moramarco’s maiden voyage as a director. He has pulled together a smart show with…
Director Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar takes on the portrayal of that famous, if not infamous, F.B.I. director from its beginnings as the Bureau of Investigation in 1935 until Hoover's death. A fine director of Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, and…
The 20th annual St. Louis International Film Festival begins spectacularly Thursday, November 10th at the Tivoli with The Artist. Impressively executed and immensely entertaining, The Artist charts the fading career of silent film star George Valentin juxtaposed with the rise…
The 20th St. Louis International Film Festival has a second five days as impressive as the first five. Among the dozens and dozens of short films, documentaries, and feature films from which to choose, several stand out. They represent many…
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 01:12

The impossible dream

Written by Bob Wilcox
From the comments made by playwright Joanna McClelland Glass before the opening night performance of Palmer Park, I take it that her play pretty much reconstructs what happened in the Detroit neighborhood of the title in the late 1960s and…
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 00:54

Runs smooth

Written by Bob Wilcox
Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive needs just the right touch in staging it, a tactful but firm touch. The material can make us uncomfortable, and it must be handled with the probing honesty of Vogel's script. It gets…
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 00:35

Chill

Written by Bob Wilcox
Of course the man who would create a cartoon about foul-mouthed kids and who would think that a musical about Mormon missionaries in Africa could find a place on Broadway would be inspired to create yet another musical by one…
Monday, 07 November 2011 00:29

'Hit-Story'..or, You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry

Written by Laura Kyro
OnSite Theatre Company has an intriguing new production in its latest offering, the world premier of Hit-Story, by St. Louis playwright Carter Lewis. OnSite Theatre does not stage their productions in a particular theatre, but instead selects venues that enhance…
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