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'Sweeney Todd' is razor sharp at Family Musical Theater

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‘Little Women’ brings a wholesome slice of American history to life

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Saturday, 23 August 2008 19:00

King Lear

Written by Chris Gibson
St. Louis Shakespeare Through August 24, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Shakespeare's King Lear can be interpreted in any number of ways. But, at it's heart it's the tale of two families that are torn apart when their patriarchs misjudge…
Saturday, 23 August 2008 19:00

Meeting at the Elder's Circle

Written by Laura Kyro
Footlights Productions Through August 24, 2008 Reviewed by Laura Kyro When asked to relate what he felt his musical play, Meeting at the Elder's Circle "The Gathering of the Ushers," was written for, playwright Joel P.E. King said, "Raising the…
Friday, 22 August 2008 19:00

Nunsense

Written by Chris Gibson
Take Two Productions Through August 23, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Knowing full well it's popular reputation, but having never seen a production, I had moderately high expectations for Dan Goggin's musical comedy, Nunsense. I'm not Catholic, so I assumed…
Friday, 22 August 2008 19:00

The Sunset Limited

Written by Sarah Boslaugh
Soundstage Productions Through August 23, 2008 Reviewed by Sarah Boslaugh Soundstage Productions specializes in what they call "Theatre of the Mind" productions, which is basically reader's theatre enhanced by slide projections. This format suits some plays better than others, and…
Monday, 18 August 2008 19:00

Jason Graae and Lina Koutrakos

Written by Chris Gibson
The Jazz Bistro at Grand Center August 16, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson After a packed weekend spent reviewing local theatre, it was a pleasure to unwind at The Jazz Bistro at Grand Center while taking in the "faculty gala"…
Sunday, 17 August 2008 19:00

The Subject Was Roses

Written by Andrea Braun
Black Cat Theatre Educational Program Through August 17, 2008 Reviewed by Andrea Braun I learned something at the Black Cat Theatre last night: The Subject Was Roses is a comedy. This is not a joke. A good portion of the…
Saturday, 16 August 2008 19:00

Disney's The Jungle Book

Written by Chris Gibson
Stages St. Louis Through August 17, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson The musical adaptation of the 1967 animated feature film, The Jungle Book, is a sheer delight, perhaps best viewed through the eyes of a child. When the opportunity arose…
Saturday, 16 August 2008 19:00

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Written by Andrea Braun
Stages St. Louis Through Aug. 17, 2008 Reviewed by Andrea Braun The first time I saw Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Donna McKechnie played the narrator, and she was able to do a stag leap effortlessly (actually lots of…
Saturday, 16 August 2008 19:00

Tim Schall

Written by Sarah Boslaugh
The Bistro at Grand Center August 15, 2008 Reviewed by Sarah Boslaugh Veteran cabaret singer Tim Schall demonstrated his range and versatility to a packed house at the Bistro at Grand Center on Friday evening. Accompanied by pianist Rick Jensen,…
Friday, 15 August 2008 19:00

Arsenic and Old Lace

Written by Chris Gibson
The Lyceum Theatre Through August 16, 2008 Reviewed by Chris Gibson Joseph Kesselring's classic black comedy, Arsenic and Old Lace, needs no introduction to most theatre patrons. It's performed so frequently, and by so many groups at so many levels,…
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