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Abundant humor and beguiling charm delight in 'Twelfth Night'

St. Louis Shakespeare adds another feather to its brightly decorated cap with their thoroughly enjoyable, visually an...

The musical 'Heathers' finds heart in the darkness of teen angst and isolation

New Line Theatre kicks off its season, the first at their new home in the smartly renovated Marcelle Theater on the e...

Fur flies in 'Venus in Fur'

The set-up is simple. Thomas, a theater director, has been holding auditions for the play he's written. He's ...

Glorious, fantasy filled 'The World Begun' transforms a late summer night

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis brings its Shakespeare in the Streets performance series to Old North St. Louis in the...

'He Called Me Malala' profiles young woman advocating for all women
The masculine pronoun in the title of this moving and excellent documentary is significant, for this film tells the story not only of Malala Yousafzia but also of her father Ziauddin. Director Davis Guggenheim, a St. Louisan, based the film…
'Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead' chronicles Lampoon
The title does not drip off the tongue, but those four adjectives do describe the founders and editors and artists and cartoonists of the descendent of the Harvard Lampoon. That ancient college publication became the grandpappy of a franchise of…
'Time Out of Mind' runs out of interest early
You want to like this movie. You look at the director: Oren Moverman. Wow, you think, he directed "The Messenger," a great war movie. You see he co-wrote this movie and also wrote last year's "Love and Mercy"! You look…
'Finders Keepers' tells a true, entertaining, and astonishing tale
In 2007, as was his habit, Shannon Whisnant bid on and bought at auction, sight unseen, an abandoned storage locker. What he discovers therein propels a bizarre odyssey of his and, soon, his family's lives. For in a smoker grill,…
'Sleeping with Other People' opposes shaming, offers repartee
Gendered language includes a serious subset of inequality. For example, "bachelor" is an honorific whereas "spinster" is a pejorative. By the same token, "womanizer" has both plus and minus connotations, but there isn't even a female version of same --…
'Sicario': set at hell's border sans redemption
Dante could have used Johann Johannsson to produce the musical accompaniment for The Inferno, for that percussive sound escorts "Sicario" through the rungs of hell. The film may be good, but it's hard to tell through the gunshots. "Hell" is…
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