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'Into the Woods' is a fabulously fractured fairy tale filled with real-life lessons

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine give fairytales a clever musical score, along with an abundance of whimsy and a gen...

‘The Good Thief’ reminds us that it’s generally good advice to stay out of the rain

Similar to "St. Nicholas," The Midnight Company's production of Conor McPherson's "The Good Th...

Everything glows in 'Anything Goes'

WOW!!!  “Anything Goes” has opened at Stages St. Louis, and it is simply stunning!   Every...

The Ice Age! The Deluge! The War!! Could life get any Wilder?

Thornton Wilder. He just gets better with the years. Wilder was the author of “Our Town” (which everyone ...

'The Killing of Sister George' entertains with a twisted tale of love and death

Darkly comic and nearly equally as unsettling, "The Killing of Sister George," presumably relates the sad s...

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Directors Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman create a deft balancing act in their documentary "Art and Craft." They follow and listen non-judgmentally to accomplished art forger Mark Landis, a "philanthropist" who has donated at least 47 fraudulent paintings to 46…
Imagine being a woman of words -- literally, a professor who makes her living studying words -- who loses those words. Not just a momentary stutter until the word returns, shining like new, but lost for words forever. That is…
Desperate, protective mother Die channels her anger and defensiveness into hostile verbal and physical behavior in "Mommy." Violent outbursts of her volatile, psychologically unstable teenage son Steve trigger her dysfunctional interactions with just about everyone, including Steve. A widow, Die…
The New Jewish Theatre considers practical, moral and ethical questions surrounding wealth, greed, religion and motivation in its current production, Deb Margolin's "Imagining Madoff." The story weaves transcripts, testimony, interviews and writings to explore not simply now Madoff succeeded in…
Occasionally, a play sneaks up on you, grabbing you at some visceral, emotional level and knocking you down. The Studio at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' current production is that kind of a play. Deeply thoughtful, and grounded in…
In “The Lion in Winter,” James Goldman has written something of a medieval version of “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.” Given that in Goldman's piece royalty are fighting for provinces and thrones and even lives, the stakes may seem higher…
Monday, 26 January 2015 17:31

Lesser-known Mascagni delights at Winter Opera

Written by Steve Callahan
Winter Opera St. Louis, after a brilliant production of "Le Nozze di Figaro", continues its eighth season with a venture into less familiar fare — Pietro Mascagni's "L'amico Fritz".
The year of J. C. Chandor's excellent and intense film is 1981. The city, New York. Numbers show that year to be one of the most violent, but the year could be nearly any in America. Chandor was making his…
The “Cinderella” now at the Fox Theatre is not just any “Cinderella.” It's the “Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella.”
In Ken Ludwig's fanciful farce, a golf tournament, an impending engagement and an ill-advised bet between old rivals converge to create an over-the-top comedy that offers easy laughs and physical comedy even if, at times, it tries a bit too…
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