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Lesser-known Mascagni delights at Winter Opera

Winter Opera St. Louis, after a brilliant production of "Le Nozze di Figaro", continues its eighth season w...

'Cinderella' at the Fox is a sumptuous re-telling of the tale

The “Cinderella” now at the Fox Theatre is not just any “Cinderella.” It's the “Rod...

'The Fox on the Fairway' is a fast-acting, laugh-inducing cure for the winter blues

In Ken Ludwig's fanciful farce, a golf tournament, an impending engagement and an ill-advised bet between old riv...

'Dinner with Friends' is a satisfying show that could use a little spice

The Theatre Guild of Webster Groves takes on contemporary divorce and it's wide reaching impact in their current ...

'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner' is still relevant after all these years

The stage adaptation of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," written by Todd Kreidler and based on the scree...

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For the first two-thirds of director Aram Garriga's documentary "American Jesus" he presents a kaleidoscopic snapshot of a surprisingly diverse array of American Christian groups. Individual ministries cater to cowboys, bikers, surfers, yoga practitioners, mixed martial arts cage fighters, strip…
For what is a film but a duet of words and pictures? That fact automatically sets up any movie entitled "Words and Pictures" as redundant. So how to avoid cliche? Screenwriter Gerald di Pego doesn't; in fact, the film is…
New Line Theatre's "Hands on a Hard Body" delivers a sobering, but ultimately hopeful, look at contemporary America. Focused on a car dealership contest held in Texas until 2005, the musical features rock songs and pop-influenced ballads interspersed with dramatic…
Director/editor Joan Grossman chronicles the 1962 origins, development, and eventual demise of Drop City in her documentary of that title, treating the subject with a lively cinematic approach befitting the inventiveness of the people who developed the community called the…
I can sum up the Opera Theatre production of Donizetti's 1832 romantic comedy "The Elixir of Love" in one word: bravi. Or maybe that should be "bravissimi," since every aspect of this funny, endearing, and beautifully sung show deserves heaps…
Circus Flora's "The Pawn" is the strongest show they've done in years. The unifying concept—a chess game—provides a simple, easily understood thread to link the various acts and doesn't require a lot of narration.
A sound in the middle of the night awakens a couple, an intruder moves through a downstairs room, a gun is loaded, it is aimed at the burglar and a shot goes off. Thus begins director Jim Mickle's "Cold in…
A documentary about the pictures side of Hunter S. Thompson's words does not appeal much to readers who think Hunter S. Thompson was a louche excuse for a man and a writer. So that's not a good reason to see…

Disgusted with the way your Facebook friends are cheerfully spreading bogus news items without bothering to fact check them? Convinced that the Internet is turning us into a nation of credulous chumps who will buy anything? As Opera Theatre is demonstrating this weekend, P.T. Barnum's observation about a sucker being born every minute is nothing new.

One of Shakespeare's best loved and most well known plays, "Henry V" tells the continuing story of Hal, introduced as a young ne'er do well prince who brilliantly redeems himself and earns the throne in "Henry IV." Now crowned King…
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