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'The Liar' is a madcap romantic romp

Imagine, if you will, that 80's pop icons Cyndi Lauper and Adam Ant decided to write a French farce with the styl...

'Hello Dolly' is still glowing, and still pleasing the crowd, at 50

The MUNY Theater closes out its eight-week season with this classic American musical, and I don't imagine they co...

Interesting characters and gritty tales of excess are the heart of 'Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll'

Joe Hanrahan's The Midnight Company, known for its intimate productions and one-man shows, delivers another satis...

'Quills' is an intricately detailed riff on artistic expression and personal freedom

Max and Louie Productions' staging of Doug Wright's "Quills" is a deliciously inventive play weighi...

Andre Previn's music for 'A Streetcar Named Desire' falls somewhat short of expectations

To criticize Andre Previn, the German-born American composer, pianist, conductor and jazz performer, would seem the h...

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Thursday, 03 October 2013 15:50

A Wonderland indeed!

Written by Steve Callahan
Dare you dive head-first down a rabbit hole?  Wonders await you if you'll only close your eyes and jump!  No, no, don't close your eyes—keep them wide open lest you miss a morsel of this delightful "Alice in Wonderland" that…
Monday, 30 September 2013 22:20

Enjoying misery: 'Les Miserables' at Alpha Players

Written by Bob Wilcox
I've seen "Les Miserables" several times at the Fox, in two versions, and a couple of times at The Muny. But the current production by the Alpha Players of Florissant is the first I've seen by a community theatre group.…
Sunday, 29 September 2013 17:58

Future Shock: 'Lonesome Hollow' at West End Players

Written by Andrea Braun
Lonesome Hollow is a small town in a natural bowl shaped by the hills around it. It seems peaceful here in a time identified as “soon-ish.” The residents have no particular duties that we can ascertain. Meals and housing are…
Monday, 23 September 2013 16:22

What’s in a name: a tale of two brothers

Written by Tina Farmer
That a man named Lincoln would portray President Lincoln in an arcade role playing game is an interesting twist; that the same man would have a brother intentionally named Booth is a recipe for an unhappy ending. It is on…
The idea of bringing Shakespeare to the streets and directly involving the community in the production is more than admirable; it is necessary to keeping the arts alive and to inspiring generation after generation to keep moving art forward. Shakespeare…
I visited China a few years ago, but am sorry to say I saw none of any native Chinese theatrical arts while there. When I heard the Beijing Opera was coming to the Touhill Performing Arts Center on the campus…
Saturday, 21 September 2013 15:02

The Old Razzle-Dazzle Is Back – 'Chicago' at the Fox

Written by Andrea Braun
“Beulah Annan” wouldn’t make a very good song title, but “Roxie Hart,” works just fine. And that girl Roxie has really been around. She was based on Beulah who shot her lover dead (they both reached for the gun) and…
Monday, 16 September 2013 20:56

'Our Town' at Insight: You CAN go home again!

Written by Steve Callahan
Over the past seventy-five years the little town of Grover’s Corners has come to life at least once on every stage in America.  This village is the subject of Thornton Wilder’s wonderful play, "Our Town," which Insight Theatre is now…
Saturday, 14 September 2013 18:27

Time for a holiday...it's Cabaret!

Written by Connie Bollinger
The Repertory Theatre of St Louis opens its forty-seventh season with a BANG! Director/Choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge has brought us a lovely gift in the form of a new production of the venerable "Cabaret".
Thursday, 12 September 2013 21:35

'My Fair Lady' at Stages: The Fairest of Them All

Written by Andrea Braun
At times, it was if the stage almost shimmered. The audience applauded the set (well, the costumes really) twice and the singing and dancing were spectacular. Despite a three-hour length, a few draggy parts in Act II while plot points…
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