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'Spinning Into Butter' churns up more questions than answers

Insight Theatre Company's production of Rebecca Gilman's thought-provoking play, "Spinning Into Butter,&...

Knee-slapping funny, ‘Wild Oats’ gives olde tyme melodrama a Shakespearean twist

St. Louis Shakespeare aims for a comic bulls-eye with James McLure's played-for-laughs wild west interpretation o...

'One Flea Spare,' gives the plague a darkly comic twist

Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble takes audiences back to the age of the great plague in "One Flea Spare," Na...

Stellar performances energize a truncated 'Götterdämmerung' at Union Avenue Opera

This weekend, Union Avenue Opera concludes its 22nd season with "Götterdämmerung" ("Twilight...

The MUNY closes its 97th season with the spirited, crowd-pleasing 'Oklahoma!'

Rodgers and Hammerstein's beloved "Oklahoma!," running through August 16, 2015, is bursting with memora...

'Gimme Shelter' fails as an 'afternoon special' on TV
How stupid do they think we are? The number of disconnections, the appeal to tears, the non-development of characters, the 4-month-old infant pretending to be a newborn -- they all total to a film that misses the mark by a…
'The Invisible Woman' makes visible Dickens' secret love
England's enormously popular writer Charles Dickens (1812 to 1870) was also a multifaceted talent and a complex individual. In "The Invisible Woman" director Ralph Fiennes, who plays Dickens, shows just how busy and famous, visiting his lauded theatrical presentations and…
'Computer Chess' champions artificial intelligence, lacks energy
The faux documentary "Computer Chess" convincingly mimics a 1950s low-budget, primarily black-and-white film; but it's 1980 and that's an aesthetic weakness. Over the course of a long weekend chess tournament, the computer chess nerds who gather at a bland Texas…
It's easy to fall in love with 'Young Goethe in Love's' romantic world
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 to 1832) made his mark in late 18th and early 19th century Germany as a true genius: lawyer, philosopher, playwright, poet, and scientist. But in his early 20s, as depicted in the film "Young Goethe…
'August: Osage County': the film improves the play
The best news about the film adaptation of Tracy Letts' Pulitzer-Prize-winning drama, "August: Osage County," occurs very early. The opening monologue has been trimmed to a mere sliver. Indeed, 40 minutes have been sliced out of the play; the cuts…
'Lone Survivor' establishes and maintains a powerful intensity
The film's title tells the tale: "Lone Survivor," but that revelation doesn't begin to convey the intense, gut-wrenching Afghan war mission of the four SEALs featured. Seldom has a film so powerfully thrust the viewer into the violent action, communicating…
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