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Too little Gershwin in 'The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess' at the Muny

The main thing you need to know about “The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess” is that it's not the Gershw...

An unseen enemy motivates the drama in 'Someone Who'll Watch Over Me'

Somewhere in Lebanon, in a dark, cold prison cell, three men wait to learn their fate. Will they be killed by their c...

Featherweight fun with 'Tarzan' at the Muny

It's doubtful that the 2006 stage adaptation of Disney's 1999 animated film “Tarzan” will ever ma...

Powerful performances highlight Opera Theatre's 'Dialogues of the Carmelites'

On July 17th, 1794, the sixteen women of the monastery of the Carmel of Compiègne in France were guillotined b...

Times may be changing, but the themes of 'Love! Valour! Compassion' still ring true

Terrence McNally's Tony award winning play deals openly with the personal side of the lives of several gay men. I...

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Saturday, 27 September 2008 19:00

The Mousetrap

Written by Chris Gibson
The Lyceum Theatre Through September 28, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson I can't say that I've ever read much of Agatha Christie's work, I'm more inclined toward the convoluted and pulpy prose of Raymond Chandler myself. But, there's no denying…
Friday, 26 September 2008 19:00

Regrets Only

Written by Sarah Boslaugh
Stray Dog Theatre Through September 27, 2008 Reviewed by Sarah Boslaugh The comedy of manners has enjoyed a surprising comeback among American playwrights these past few years, and Paul Rudnick continues the trend with Regrets Only. It takes on a…
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 19:00

Frost/Nixon

Written by Chris Gibson
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Through September 28, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Growing up in the 70's, I have distinct memories of seeing the Watergate hearings broadcast during summer vacation. I know what you're thinking-you should have been outside…
Tuesday, 23 September 2008 19:00

The Music Man

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
Stages St. Louis Through October 5, 2008 Reviewed by Sheila Schultz Some scholars consider Oklahoma! the quintessential American musical. I would confer that honor on Meredith Willson's The Music Man with its colorful language, compelling story and idiosyncratic characters. Personally,…
Sunday, 21 September 2008 19:00

Deface the Nation

Written by Chris Gibson
The Second City Touring Company September 17 through 20, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson The Second City Touring Company arrived in town at the Touhill with their Deface the Nation show perfectly timed to coincide with the upcoming election. Some…
Saturday, 20 September 2008 19:00

Bill Chott's Playhouse Improv

Written by Chris Gibson
The Playhouse at Westport Plaza Fridays Through October 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson I'm a fan of improvisation, and I'm well aware that at any given moment, magic or disaster can occur. That's part of the charm of the form,…
Saturday, 20 September 2008 19:00

Sarafina!

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
The Black Rep Through September 21, 2008 Reviewed by Sheila Schultz My 10th grade English teacher frequently assigned  "Compare and Contrast" essays to help us analyze disparate pieces of literature.   Even when the differences were overwhelming, we could usually identify…
Saturday, 13 September 2008 19:00

On Golden Pond

Written by Chris Gibson
The Lyceum Theatre Through September 14, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Ever since I saw the movie version of On Golden Pond, I've avoided watching it again, since I knew it would just make me overly emotional, with it's heavy…
Saturday, 13 September 2008 19:00

The Philadelphia Story

Written by Andrea Braun
The Theatre Guild of Webster Groves Through September 14, 2008 Reviewed by Andrea Braun When Katharine Hepburn bought the rights to The Philadelphia Story as a Broadway vehicle for herself, it was the first step in the calculated rehabilitation of…
Friday, 05 September 2008 19:00

Grace

Written by Andrea Braun
RiverCity Theatre Through September 6, 2008 Reviewed by Andrea Braun In the movie Dogma, the Archbishop of Boston, played by George Carlin, announces that seeing the suffering Christ on the cross hanging in front of churches is just too depressing.…
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