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'As You Like It' takes Shakespeare on a spirited, romantic romp through the Ozarks

The forest of Arden is found in the Ozark mountains of 1929 in Slightly Askew Theatre's excellent interpretation ...

In Chicago, an ideal revival of 'Der Rosenkavalier'

The Lyric Opera of Chicago's revival of its 2006 production of Richard Strauss's bittersweet romantic comedy ...

'I'll Be Back Before Midnight' is a captivating suspense best served cold and creepy

A creaky old country farmhouse and a tale of a murderous hermit set the tone in Peter Colley's "I'll Be ...

'Eleemosynary' dramatizes the give-and-take between mothers and daughters

Fifteen-year-old Artie stands at the top of a steep, muddy hill, wood and canvas wings strapped to her back. Her moth...

'Under the Lintel' asserts that faith, hope, and love are worthy mysteries to pursue

In 1986, a lonely librarian in charge of the overnight return box at her location begins an unexpected and surprising...

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I’d venture to say that few people would think about chess competition when asked about associations for Intermediate School 318, called I.S. 318, a Brooklyn middle school. As director Katie…
Monday, 19 November 2012 16:27

Imaginary Jesus at Mustardseed Theatre

Written by Robert Mitchell
A hilarious look at a young writer's spiritual quest for the perfect personification of his personal Jesus.
With a little time to spare before the 6:15 p.m. showing of "Charles Bradley: Soul of America" at the St. Louis International Film Festival at the Tivoli, I sauntered over…
Physics may tell us that you can’t strike sparks with wood, but I’m here to tell you that Vadim Gluzman did exactly that with his exhilarating performance of the Tchaikovsky…
You gotta hand it to a small company that takes on Lysistrata—that classic bawdy anti-war comedy that Aristophanes wrote two thousand four hundred twenty-three years ago.  So Clayton Community Theatre and its large ensemble of actors deserve a big hand—if…
Monday, 12 November 2012 23:36

They glow

Written by Bob Wilcox
At the turn of the 20th century, radium was celebrated as a miracle drug. We know today that radiation can be useful in treating cancer and other diseases. We also know that radiation can cause cancer and other diseases. Back…
Monday, 12 November 2012 23:20

This business is dying

Written by Bob Wilcox
Somebody at R-S Theatrics likes weird. Last year, they produced a staged reading of Andrew Hinderaker's play Suicide, Incorporated. Now they're doing a fully staged production of Suicide, Incorporated. Actually, it's not that much more fully staged that the previous,…
Monday, 12 November 2012 23:01

The ties that bind

Written by Bob Wilcox
A lot of terrific acting happens in English playwright Chloe Moss's This Wide Night on the West End Players Guild's stage in the Union Avenue Christian Church. Things can get pretty intense in the 90 minutes or so of this…
A gaily-wrapped, fun-filled, family-friendly Christmas present from the Rockettes.
Monday, 12 November 2012 13:42

'Modified rapture' at Winter Opera's 'Mikado'

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
I have a friend who says he loves directing Shakespeare because it’s so easy to do. Just don’t get in the playwright’s way and you can’t lose. I think the same could be said of the better Gilbert and Sullivan…
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