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At the St. Lou Fringe: Music, comedy, and lightspeed Chekov make for a grand finale

This past Saturday (June 27th, 2015) was the last day of the St. Lou Fringe Festival and, by sheer coincidence, also ...

At the St. Lou Fringe: Of community, cabarets and 'Candy Says'

The fourth year of St. Lou Fringe Festival, is a celebration of performing arts featuring more than 100 shows and eve...

'Hairspray' delivers a relevant message with humor, catchy tunes and fun dances

The musical "Hairspray," based on the John Waters' movie of the same name, uses the styles, culture, mu...

At the St. Lou Fringe: A full house of entertainment

Thursday, June 25th, turned out to be my best Fringe experience yet, with two fine one-person shows and a powerful Sh...

At the St. Lou Fringe: Tops, taps, and toxic men

In this first of a series of dispatches from the St. Lou Fringe Festival, we talk of top spinning, tap dancing, and t...

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Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone starts with enviable energy and maintains its pace throughout Lev Anderson and Chris Metzler's engaging, enlightening documentary. Periodic voiceover narration by Laurence Fishburne relates relevant history, describing the racial segregation of 1979 LA and…
Cinematically presenting special needs individuals—those with mental or physical challenges—is a dicey prospect. So only a daring director would attempt to dramatize a road movie with three such people, infusing elements of comedy and romance, tension and danger, trauma and…
Just when it seems the buddy cop, drug smuggling caper film has exhausted all worthwhile possibilities, along comes The Guard, one of the best written, funniest, most brilliantly acted and beautifully photographed films in this extensive genre. That's a credit…
Statistics convey the scourge of AIDs in South Africa with one in four people HIV positive. Less acknowledged and clear cut but no less devastating are the psychological and behavioral consequences: fear, shunning, hostility, denial—even to oneself and one’s family.…
Monday, 08 August 2011 15:43

What’s the matter with Bob?

Written by Andrea Braun
The playwright Edward Bond is the most prolific and important theatrical figure in the last 50 years of so that I’ve never heard of. The Manchester Guardian calls him “one of Britain’s most shocking and uncompromising playwrights.” He has written…
Monday, 08 August 2011 15:29

A not-so-perfect murder

Written by Andrea Braun
Even as inured as much of society has become to violence, every once in a while, something comes along that horrifies us. Such was the case with the press-dubbed “thrill killers,” Nathan Leopold, 18, and Richard Loeb, 19, whose crime,…
Saturday, 06 August 2011 12:52

Cheers! Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical

Written by Andrea Braun
Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical is ridiculous in both senses of the word. It is “silly” ridiculous, and “ridiculous” in the current slang meaning “that was so much fun, it was ridiculous!” The NonProphets played to a full house Friday…
It doesn't take an animal activist to find the events related in the documentary Project Nim profoundly sad. Named and taken from his screaming chimpanzee mother days after birth, Nim Chimpsky entered a scientifically unsound and morally reprehensible 1970s experiment…
For fans of A Tribe Called Quest and, in fact, for anyone interested in the hip hop scene, first time director Michael Rapaport’s Beats, Rhymes and Life is an informative and enjoyable documentary. Through recent interviews and archival footage, Rapaport…
Wednesday, 03 August 2011 12:53

Gotta dance

Written by Bob Wilcox
I'm a little puzzled by the continuing popularity of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at The Muny. It's one of the shows that pops up regularly. But it's hardly in the Rodgers and Hammerstein tradition of a memorable score and…
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