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‘Animals Out of Paper’ reveals the creases where memory and hope collide

The ancient art of folding known as origami starts with a pristine sheet of paper, but as soon as a single score or f...

Cabaret review: Singer/songwriter Susan Werner brings the fall Gaslight Cabaret Festival to fine finish

Susan Werner's two shows at the Gaslight Cabaret Festival this past weekend marked her first solo appearances loc...

'Irving Berlin's White Christmas' sparkles with romance, nostalgia, and song

The Fox Theatre kicks off the holiday season with a romantic comedy musical filled with favorite tunes from Irving Be...

Theater Unspeakable does the impossible in 'Superman 2050' at COCA

It would seem nearly impossible for group of seven actors to perform an action-packed Superman tale on a 3-foot by 7-...

'The Misanthrope' at Washington U.: Is it Moliere? Or is it karaoke night?

Richard Wilbur’s translation of Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” is a swift and witty expose of bo...

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1950s Enniscorthy, Ireland finds Elish Lacey living with her loving mother and older sister Rose while working at a small shop. Comfortable as home is, Elish has few options to…
There's a sub-genre of films that tell the stories of folks in a family. There's another sub-genre of films that purport to be holiday films. When those two subs marry,…
Although usually presented as a concert piece, Carl Orff's 1936 "Carmina Burana" was always intended to be theatrical, with some mimed action and "magic tableaux." The first performance in Frankfurt in 1937 was fully staged, in fact, with dancers, sets,…
The 24 Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival continues through Sunday, November 15 with films from 70 countries: live action and animated, feature and short subjects, fiction and nonfiction.…
Saturday, 07 November 2015 18:14

Storm Large: still crazy after all these years

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
In cabaret's house (to paraphrase John 14:2) are many mansions. As anyone who has had the pleasure of seeing Portland, Oregon, based diva Storm Large and her band can attest, one of those mansions looks a lot like a West…
Anyone who saw the British television series "Shoulder to Shoulder" 40 years ago or who has studied British women's history, especially the chapter on the struggle for the vote, will…
The seemingly odd title of this most excellent film refers to the name of the investigative-reporting team on the Boston Globe at the turn of this century. These 14 reporters,…
A theory: If "Miss You Already" were French or even Italian, it would be considered profound or lovingly observational. As it is American, "Miss You Already" runs the risk of…
Tesseract Theatre introduces audiences to the tiny town of Plains Hollow, Missouri in the premier production of "A Mourning Hollow," a gentle, thoughtful play that looks inside the hearts of ordinary people. The town is filled with interesting residents dealing…
Gilbert and Sullivan operettas follow a fairly predictable format—so much so that Anna Russell once made it the basis for a sixteen-minute comedy routine on "How to Write Your Own Gilbert and Sullivan Opera." The one oddball in the G&S…
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