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Saturday, 28 January 2012 15:46

Comedy is king in Winter Opera's 'Ariadne'

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
Winter Opera’s ambitious production of Strauss’s seriocomic “Ariadne auf Naxos” is impressive, given the size of the cast and intellectual complexity of the piece.
Thursday, 26 January 2012 12:07

HotCity's 'Oleanna' is tense, thought provoking

Written by Robert Mitchell
In "Oleanna", playwright David Mamet takes on a lot of issues: the state of academia, the pitfalls of bleeding heart liberals, the inequality of the sexes, the perils of communication breakdown, and perhaps most importantly the power of personal perception.
Monday, 23 January 2012 00:15

Be certain of 'Doubt'.

Written by Shahnaz Ahmed
The year was 1964.  The place?  St. Nicholas, a Catholic church and school in the Bronx.  The Doubt?  Did Father Flynn molest one of his students, particularly the first African American student at the school?  The answer leaves us in…
I am an Agatha Christie "newbie." I have never read one book, nor seen any staged production written by the mystery author. I was not familiar with the quick-witted, dust-loathing detective, M. Hercule Poirot, who has appeared in more than…
Saturday, 21 January 2012 19:21

Rain A Tribute to the Beatles

Written by Connie Bollinger
An apt tribute to the Fab Four at the Fox.
The Rep’s production of Keith Huff’s drama “A Steady Rain” is a classic example of a less than satisfying script turned into compelling theatre by outstanding acting and direction.
Saturday, 21 January 2012 00:59

They're Not Your Father's Puppets Anymore!

Written by Laura Kyro
I’ve never seen the musical Avenue Q before, nor read a review. Having seen it now, however, as performed by the [Insert Name Here] theatre company, I can just imagine some of the witty phrases that might, in the past,…
Monday, 16 January 2012 22:49

Rat-a-tat-tat

Written by Bob Wilcox
Metro Theater Company productions almost always have an exciting theatricality about them, like the current Battledrum, which is playing at the Missouri History Museum in concert with their Civil War exhibition. Battledrum opens with Union soldiers hurling firebrands at a…
No film franchise has run longer and no superhero presents a more iconic image than Bond, James Bond. Honoring its 50th anniversary, Webster University will run eight Bond films, chronologically organized, over eight nights, January 19 to 22, 26 to…
First Run Theatre’s An Evening of Mysteries consists of two long 1-act plays by local playwright Richard LaViolette:  Divine’s Grace and The Kerpash Affair - each as sweet and innocent as crime and skullduggery can be.
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