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The St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute's Celluloid Couch series at Webster University concludes Thursday, May 19th with co-writer/ director Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids Are All Right with analysis provided after the screening by Lenita Newberg. Teenage siblings Joni and Laser live…
Saturday, 14 May 2011 09:04

The Lady with All the Answers Tells All

Written by Connie Bollinger
I spent an evening with Anne Landers recently....at least I watched as an extraordinary actress brought La Landers back to life for a touching, rollicking jaunt through the life of an American original.
As Cracks begins, self-possessed Spanish teenager Fiamma arrives at St. Mathilde's, a British girls boarding school, on Stanley Island, 1934. Her mysterious past enhances her allure as well as her disruption of the clique of six students she joins. More…
In its first act Hesher promises serious, thoughtful drama and the actors deliver admirable performances. However, co-writer/director Spencer Susser flounders in the development department as scenes become repetitive and Hesher's anger and vitriolic attacks terribly tiresome. One of the important…
Monday, 09 May 2011 17:57

Three sisters, y'all

Written by Bob Wilcox
I don't know what it is about a trio of sisters that fascinates playwrights, but it does. Not the least of these is the current production at the Theatre Guild of Webster Groves, Beth Henley's Crimes of the Heart.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of its release, My Own Private Idaho will be screened at Webster University. With two decades' hindsight, it's a treat to watch co-writer/director Gus Van Sant indulge his surrealistic style, a style that defines his…
The St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute's Celluloid Couch series at Webster University continues May 12th with writer/director Jim Jarmusch's Night on Earth with analysis provided after the screening by Dr. Bernard Feinberg. Within Night on Earth a treasure trove of personalities…
Saturday, 07 May 2011 06:51

Dark Matters: More pointless than spooky

Written by Connie Bollinger
Okay, it has all the elements: Dark night, missing Mom, creepy Dad and Sheriff, mysterious lights in the sky, but I think the author would have done much better if he'd kept to the more traditional story arc and offered…
Friday, 06 May 2011 22:07

Branch Rickey 101

Written by Connie Bollinger
Branch Rickey was a colorful, stubborn, dedicated man who lived baseball to the point of obsession and is credited with single handedly integrating the game. With a story like that you would expect a two hour performance of Rickey's years…
Thursday, 05 May 2011 12:07

These chicks like to sing, but do they fly?

Written by Emily Piro
Once upon a time, there were a couple of white chicks named Alice Kinsella and Debra Sharn. They liked to sit around. And sing, now and then.
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