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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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Webster University features three documentary films in a Multicultural Committee Film Series from Thursday, April 7th, through Sunday, April 10th. The film I previewed, Monica and David, follows a Down syndrome couple from preparation for and enjoyment of their wedding…
Monday, 04 April 2011 23:05

Not so sweet

Written by Bob Wilcox
Some movies don't need to be made into musicals. Some musicals don't need to be revived.
Monday, 04 April 2011 22:47

War brides

Written by Bob Wilcox
Washington University's production of Danai Gurira's Eclipsed gives us a second play this season about the plight of women trapped in the civil wars and insurrections of sub-Saharan Africa during the past decades. The first was Ruined, recently at The…
Monday, 04 April 2011 20:03

Death of a Golden God

Written by Steve Callahan
Upstream Theatre has opened a production of The Death of Atahualpa at the Kranzberg.  It's a world premiere of a traditional folk-play from Peru, and it's another in the lengthening series of fascinating works that is making Upstream my favorite…
South Korean director Lee Chang-dong quietly but effectively documents the struggles of Mija, a sweet grandmother who cares for her teenage grandson. Poetry doesn't move quickly, but it lives up to its title for every carefully observed episode in Mija's…
Saturday, 02 April 2011 14:38

Acts of Love should get the axe

Written by Connie Bollinger
Full enjoyment of any type of theater requires the willing suspension of disbelief; but Acts of Love, written by Kathryn Chetkovich, requires a full lobotomy.
Source Code is a genre hybrid that merges science fiction, romance, and action in a mind teaser that pleases. Captain Colter Stevens, last in combat in Afghanistan, awakens in another man's body on a commuter train with a bomb ready…
Iranian writer/director Abbas Kiarostami makes films that pursue a provocative topic rather than a narrative story. He reflects on suicide in Taste of Cherry, on community in The Wind Will Carry Us, and on filmmaking itself in Through the Olive…
Monday, 28 March 2011 21:50

It's those kids again

Written by Bob Wilcox
Raise your hand if you've never seen You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Well, now you can see it again. It's at Stray Dog Theatre in their home in the Tower Grove Abbey, where the acoustics continue to improve, slowly.
Sunday, 27 March 2011 23:00

Step out of the ordinary

Written by Emily Piro
One day, in an effort to make interesting work-lunch conversation, I mentioned that I would be reviewing STOMP at The Fox Theatre. Immediately a friend of mine burst into uncontrollable laughter. I was confused.
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