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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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Chicago opera lovers are getting a "twofer" with this season's dark and compelling production of Puccini's 1900 political melodrama "Tosca." Originally created by British director John Caird for the Houston Grand Opera in 2010 and later revived for Los Angeles,…
I have a dream. I dream that some day I'll be able to walk into an opera house and not be faced with a production in which the stage director has imposed some sort of high concept on the piece…
Director Jody Lee Lipes' documentary "Ballet 422" follows 25-year-old Justin Peck through the creative process choreographing and staging New York City Ballet's 422 ballet: Paz de la Jolla. Lipes' fly-on-the-wall approach watches Peck, a corps dancer himself, test difficult steps,…
With her fanciful play "Or," Liz Duffy Adams has reimagined the early Restoration period with a touch of James Bond, a dose of women's liberation and a heaping helping of pop sensibility and color. Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble's production of…
Director Nickolas Dylan Rossi's documentary "Heaven Adores You" chronicles the short, rich musical life of Elliott Smith, dead in 2003 at 34. According to publicity, the film's exceptional achievement is that perhaps 20 of its 35 songs were never released.…
James Baldwin dedicated his play “Blues for Mr. Charlie” to the memory of Medgar Evers and of the four girls killed in the Birmingham church bombing, all violent moments in the Civil Rights struggles of the 1950s and '60s. Baldwin…
Sunday, 22 February 2015 23:01

'Walking the Tightrope' at COCA is nicely balanced

Written by Laura Kyro
Los Angeles' 24th Street Theatre recently presented "Walking the Tightrope"—a little gem of a theatrical production—at COCA, the Center of Creative Arts in University City. The touring production was on site February 21–22, 2015.
The film "McFarland, USA" takes place in the title town, a community of Mexican-American pickers in California's San Joaquin Valley. To its high school in 1987 comes coach Jim White, recently fired from a Boise school after losing his temper,…
It's not news that monstrous corruption infects Russia, but as dramatized in director Andrey Zvyagintsev's "Leviathan," it overwhelms a small fishing community with devastating consequences. Auto mechanic Nikolai lives and works on a spit of land, two-thirds an acre. Vadim,…
Among ice hockey's legendary players, Vyacheslav Fetisov proves, in "Red Army," that he's also one of the most fascinating and irascible individuals to interview. In producer/director Gabe Polsky's documentary, the tough as nails Slava, as he's known, catalogs numerous, amazing…
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