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'Bah Humbug' is a classic skillfully tailored for the kids

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' Imaginary Theatre Company once again presents a delightful interpretation of ...

'The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical' is filled with holiday lights and heart

It's time to find your comfy sweatpants, pop open a Pabst Blue Ribbon and check in on the residents of the Armadi...

'Becoming Dr. Ruth' is nearly as much fun as being Dr. Ruth

The New Jewish Theatre keeps their audiences laughing with a lively mix of humor and sex therapy in "Becoming Dr...

It's all about the music in 'Ring of Fire' at the Rep

With “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash,” the title explains the show itself.  It’s not t...

Bel canto done right in Lyric Opera of Chicago's 'Anna Bolena'

In the 1830 tragedy "Anna Bolena" ("Anne Boleyn"), the second of Donizetti's four operas deal...

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One of the more welcome harbingers of summer in St. Louis is the appearance of Circus Flora’s air-conditioned tent on the parking lot just south of Powell Hall. It’s two and one-half hours of music, comedy, and great circus acts.…
What do you say when you meet an acclaimed playwright at the world premiere of his latest play? Plenty! We have a common bond. Samm-Art Williams and I each have a parent who served as a marine during WWII. Semper…
Tuesday, 31 May 2011 15:51

A jest of God: Mass Appeal

Written by Andrea Braun
It’s unusual to find a topical play to become more relevant as time passes rather than less. I was surprised to find that Mass Appeal, first produced in 1980, is one of those rarities. Of course it helps that it…
We met last night in the glen, in “thunder, lightning [and] in rain” for the official opening night of The Shakespeare Festival’s The Taming of the Shrew. And, despite it all, the show did go on, though to a considerably…
Donizetti’s 1840 romantic opéra-comique romp The Daughter of the Regiment has always been popular with audiences and performers alike, but it’s unusual to see two first-rate professional productions within a year of each other. Union Avenue Opera gave us a…
The traditional and wonderful samurai genre is alive and well as proved by Japanese director Takashi Miike in 13 Assassins. A loose remake of Eiichi Kudo's 1963 version, 13 Assassins delivers the required, archetypal moments with such superb choreography, compositions,…
Monday, 23 May 2011 20:53

High octane

Written by Bob Wilcox
The title says it all. Motown Revue pulls together 33 hits from the Motown glory years.With that many songs, Ralph E. Greene, who compiled and directed the evening, doesn't bother with a story line or any other kind of book.…
With an unflinching and sympathetic eye, playwright Lee Patton Chiles offers us a window into the hidden world of marital abuse.
Opera Theatre’s Don Giovanni is oddly schizoid. Conductor Jane Glover and the singers are doing solid Mozart/Da Ponte but stage directors James Robinson and Michael Shell appear to be doing Marat/Sade, repeatedly undercutting the music and text with contradictory or…
Saturday, 21 May 2011 19:36

A Tasty Brew

Written by Connie Bollinger
When Joseph Kesserling wrote Arsenic and Old Lace back in 1941, I'm certain he had no idea that seventy years later theater companies would still be producing it and that audiences would still be laughing.
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Karate Bikini - A Simpler Sugar

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Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…

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