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ERA 'Makes Hamlet' afresh

What can one make of "Hamlet"?  Last night I learned that if someone is very intelligent and gifted sh...

Fanciful 'Unsorted' gently delivers an important lesson

A clever gear, perhaps a machine of some sort, but represented as a clock, sets the stage for the imaginative and inv...

'Falling' Soars

It's been two-and-a-half years since Deanna Jent's remarkable play, "Falling", premiered at the Mus...

'The Trials of Brother Jero': Ancient satire comes to modern Africa

When I went to grad school at the University of Leeds in England—way back in 1960—some of the theatre fol...

‘Once’ upon a love story

Lovely and heartfelt, “Once” tells the story of two musicians who share a deeply profound love that can o...

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There were many remarkable things about The Shanghai Ballet's production of "The Butterfly Lovers" that Dance St. Louis presented at the Touhill this weekend. The colorful costumes, the incredible athleticism and skill of the dancers, the incisive way artistic director…
Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:00

Symphony Preview: A Turkish Bath

Written by Chuck Lavazzi

This weekend’s St. Louis Symphony concerts are a mix of the familiar and the exotic—or at least, what was seen as exotic in the 18th century.

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 10:58

'Beauty and the Beast' Brings Disney Magic to the Stage

Written by Erica Kenney
“As I always say, if it’s not ‘baroque’, don’t fix it,” says Cogsworth the clock of the neoclassical architecture of the castle in “Beauty and the Beast” the musical. It’s a play on words from an old saying that can…
The First Run Theatre produces only world premieres.  In a new venture the company is presenting "Spectrum" their very first fully rehearsed and staged evening of very short plays—that is, plays from ten to twenty minutes long.  This is a…
If there are any broad lessons to be learned from Jean Anouilh's "Antigone," they may be that history can be a bitch and tragedy runs in families. The play is decidedly more complex than those themes, however, and Tesseract Theatre's…
Monday, 04 November 2013 22:25

'The Woman in Black': Back again, black again

Written by Bob Wilcox
"The Woman in Black” is a ghost story, plain and not too simple.
"The Hothouse" is a dark, sinister play with plenty of laughs to go around - classic early Pinter and very well done.
When I asked if I could review "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf," a show which concluded at UMSL on Sunday, Nov. 3, I had no idea what I had gotten myself into.
The best thing about “Freud’s Last Session”—in which a fictional meeting between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis becomes a debate on the existence of God—is the quality of the production. Director Michael Evan Haney’s blocking, pacing, and overall feel for…
Thursday, 31 October 2013 13:44

Symphony Preview: Fantasia on a theme of Disney

Written by Chuck Lavazzi

It's toon time this weekend (November 1-3) at the St. Louis Symphony with music and animation from a pair of remarkable Disney films: "Fantasia" and its sequel from 60 years later "Fantasia 2000." The orchestra's new Resident Conductor Steven Jarvi is on the podium while Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and a host of other cartoon critters cavort on the screen.

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