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'An Initial Condition' connects science and medicine to hope and emotion

An original play by Tesseract Theatre's artistic director Taylor Gruenloh, "An Initial Condition," runn...

'The Rat Pack is Back' revives vintage Vegas at the Fox

The Rat Pack is back, and the Fox has got 'em, at least through Sunday. This snappy tribute to the 1960s-era Las ...

'Thoroughly Modern Millie' taps and charms its way through the roaring twenties

There's a lot of charm and plucky energy in Kirkwood Theatre Guild's tale of life as a single girl, circa 192...

'My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding' is an amiable celebration of diversity

The New Jewish Theatre production of David Hein and Irene Sankoff's unapologetically autobiographical musical &qu...

If Rosaline calls, pick up: ERA's 'R + J: a Telephone Play'

The young ERA company is a wonderfully imaginative and truly experimental theater.  They're interested in fi...

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Sunday, 19 June 2011 22:54

A Winning Roll of the Dice

Written by Laura Kyro
Family Musical Theatre is putting Guys and Dolls through its paces at the Ivory Theatre in South St. Louis. This quintessential bit of musical theatre has been given a slightly uneven, but still entertaining outing by Directors Mike Hesser and…
Some local theater companies take great pride in the audacious, groundbreaking new theatrical experiments they produce, and rightly so. At ACT Inc., by contrast, the point of pride is in dusting off neglected gems from an earlier era and giving…
If you want to know why The Death of Klinghoffer, the 1991 opera by John Adams and Alice Goodman, poses such a challenge for audiences, you need look no further than the title. The murder of wheelchair-bound Leon Klinghoffer by…
Written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, Paula Vogel, The Mineola Twins follows the relationship of Myra and Myrna, twin sisters who work tirelessly to prove their polarizing differences, yet ultimately are unable to erase the permanence of the genetic tie…
Monday, 13 June 2011 22:44

School daze

Written by Bob Wilcox
Bare makes me feel old. Young people seem to find the musical moving and exciting. Even some people approaching my state of decrepitude have said good things about it, comparing it to Spring Awakening.
Saturday, 11 June 2011 14:49

Bring me the head of Anton Schill: The Visit

Written by Andrea Braun
The Visit is subtitled “A Tragic Comedy,” and I believe that accurately describes this classic drama (1956) which is currently receiving an excellent production from Stray Dog Theatre. I need to say up front that I don’t know much about…
Saturday, 11 June 2011 12:58

Drive, she said: Becky's New Car

Written by Andrea Braun
I’ll bet this has happened to you. It’s a cold morning, you’re in a hurry, and you put the key in the ignition and it almost turns over, then it dies. You repeat the process over and over with the…
Writer/director Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris is a light, playful, enjoyable bonbon. In this cinematic love letter to Paris, Allen also pays tribute to literary artists and painters of 1920s Parisian life through Gil, a contemporary, discontented Hollywood scriptwriter.
The Austrian film The Robber dramatizes the story of a real life, bank robber who also excelled as a marathon runner. This sounds like the ingredients for a formulaic caper film with a slight twist. But Austrian director Benjamin Heisenberg…
More a spectacularly beautiful visual poem than a straight-ahead narrative, writer/director Terence Malick's much anticipated The Tree of Life gently urges kindness and love while deploring greed and ego. Interrogating the nature of existence and death, love and grief, Malick…
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