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In Chicago, a revival of 'Nabucco' stars the chorus

Verdi's 1842 Biblical melodrama "Nabucco" ("Nebuchadnezzar") was the composer's first big...

'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...

Ghosts and guilt haunt a brilliant 'Shining City'

It’s been a week of Irish ghosts, a week of Irish loss and pain and guilt.  It’s been a week of Iris...

'The Weir' haunts St. Louis

It’s an utterly engaging evening of ghostly tales and drink.  It’s full of that banter and intimacy ...

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I love Greek drama. I find it exciting, illuminating, challenging, and deeply satisfying. I would have loved to see a production of Euripides’ “Medea” this past weekend at UMSL, but instead I saw an over-the-top contemporary melodrama that only borrowed…
The phrase "American exceptionalism" gets misused a lot these days, but as this past weekend's concerts of some wonderfully inventive twentieth-century American music demonstrated, sometimes the USA can take credit…
The press release for Irish-born singer Maxine Linehan's show concludes with a reminder that "you or your ancestors came here from somewhere, and this is your story too." It's a…
Clayton Community Theatre shows just how successful community theater can be with a stirring production that demonstrates an appreciation of Wilson's exceptional script and an emotional connection to its themes.
The New Jewish Theatre opens its nineteenth season with the Neil Simon comedy "The Sunshine Boys," a sweet tribute to the era of vaudeville that's also an honest look at aging in an American culture increasingly focused on youth. Engaging…
When he learned I was on my way to review a cabaret show, my cab driver launched into a lecture about how boring the entire genre was and how cabaret…
Stray Dog Theatre takes a chance by opening its season with the little known musical "Dogfight," but it's a risk that pays off handsomely. This poignant coming of age tale unfolds in early 1963, before three young marines head to…
Periodically over the years, news headlines, a handful of fiction and documentary films have shown the horror of children forced to wage war. "Beasts of No Nation," a noteworthy title,…
Inspired by true events, director Steven Spielberg has again forged history into a fascinating movie. It's 1957 and the height of the Cold War when the CIA involves insurance litigator…
Equality is all Laurel Hester wants in 2002 Seaside Heights, New Jersey. She has served the county for years, an exemplary police detective, who's felt the need to hide the…
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