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Rep produces funny, magical 'Midsummer Night's Dream'

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" is one of Shakespeare's most popular and accessible plays. The current ...

Anne Frank's voice lives on, lest we forget

The story of Anne Frank, the young Jewish girl who hid in a tiny annex with her family to avoid deportation to the co...

She may be a bit wordy, but Agatha Christie is still the grand dame of mystery

The classic style of the mid twentieth century murder mystery is ever-present in Stray Dog Theatre's production o...

Upstream brings a classic to the Kranzberg

My favorite company in town, Phillip Boehm's Upstream Theatre, has opened a classic: Sophocles' "Antigon...

Wild and crazy kids: 'Bonnie and Clyde' at New Line

We recently saw a musical about people who kill presidents. Now we have a musical about people who kill anyone who ge...

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Sunday, 28 September 2008 07:00

Copenhagen

Written by Andrea Braun
West End Players Guild Through September 28, 2008 Reviewed by Andrea Braun Most lay people probably hadn't given much thought to nuclear warfare until "Give "ËEm Hell Harry" gave "Ëem precisely that at Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end the war…
Saturday, 27 September 2008 19:00

Chaim's Love Song

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
New Jewish Theatre Through September 28, 2008 Reviewed by Sheila Schlutz The wandering Jew.  I'm not referring here to Chaim Shotsky, the mid-seventy year-old retired mailman of the title.  A far greater drama swept me out of my home over…
Saturday, 27 September 2008 19:00

Scorched

Written by Sarah Boslaugh
The Orange Girls Through September 28, 2008 Reviewed by Sarah Boslaugh Scorched, a new play by the Lebanese-Canadian author Wadji Mouawad, is about a mystery two siblings must solve in order to understand their mother. But it's also a play…
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…
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