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When music legend and style icon Cyndi Lauper partners with award-winning playwright Harvey Fierstein to score a Broa...

Cabaret review: Meghan Kirk hits all the right notes in 'The Story Goes On'

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The Rep looks inside Babs' cellar

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‘Sight Unseen’ paints an interesting, if not quite focused, picture

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Paul Robeson is brought to life at Black Rep

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Immigrants have left for the U.S. for decades, pursuing a better life. Appropriately and also a bit ironically, the film titled A Better Life depicts the tough reality of that pursuit for hard-working gardener Carlos Galindo and his 14-year-old son…
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 16:20

Savage in Limbo at your neighborhood bar.

Written by Steve Callahan
St. Louis audiences are being treated to a lovely feast of John Patrick Shanley. After a surfeit of his popular play, Doubt, in recent years we have, in the past two weeks, been invited to take stimulating sips from Shanley's…
Monday, 11 July 2011 20:26

In My Room: Songs from an Unmade Bed

Written by Andrea Braun
Songs from an Unmade Bed is an unexpected little gem that follows The Crumple Zone on weekend nights at 10:30 with two stand-alone Sunday matinees, one of which I attended yesterday. It’s diverting, occasionally moving, always relatable, and performed well…
Beginning appropriately on July 14th, Bastille Day, Cinema St. Louis and Webster University's Film Series launch the Third Annual Classic French Film Festival. Over three weeks, the festival will present twelve films, each screening once. Seven great French directors are…
At the very end of The Crumple Zone, the audience learns what the title means. By then, I just didn’t care. This is a surprisingly amateurish effort by a company that has established itself as a force to be reckoned…
Turandot is one of the most popular and, in many ways, most controversial of Puccini’s operas. Left unfinished at the time of the composer’s death in 1924, it has never been given a fully satisfactory finale. Critical opinion has been…
Before action begins, titles on the screen state, "In memory of the 300,000 victims of the Nanking massacre." This sets the scene for the emotionally overwhelming City of Life and Death. Many features distinguish it as a landmark film: its…
American: The Bill Hicks Story begins early in the life of its title character in suburban Houston. It progresses chronologically through major moments up to Hicks' death of pancreatic cancer in 1994 at only 32. However, the documentary breaks one…
Tuesday, 28 June 2011 11:19

Kiss Me Kate is Wunderbar

Written by Connie Bollinger
What a night! Cole Porter's music and a cast of consummate performers heated up the Muny stage at Monday's opening of Kiss Me Kate.
John Patrick Shanley’s first play is far from his best, but in the right hands, it is a powerful, even visceral experience. Director Ray Gabica and actors Robert A. Mitchell (also Artistic Director of the company) and Brooke Edwards are…
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