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‘Age of Bees’ hints at hope in an uncertain future

Tesseract Theatre continues to demonstrate a commitment to finding not simply new plays, but new plays that tackle co...

'Art' teases its way through friendship with sharp humor and surprising affection

St. Louis Actors' Studio continues their season of "The Best Medicine," laughter, with dry humor that i...

'An Invitation Out' offers more than just another pretty face

In literature, great characters often make their finest choices in the midst of severe limitations. In the premiere p...

'Rime of the Ancient Mariner' is a spellbinding tale of adventure, loss and redemption

Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Romantic poem comes to life in this atmospheric and immersive production from Upstream ...

Despite technical failures, 'The Cockfighter' goes for the heart

Frank Manley and Vincent Murphy's "The Cockfighter" presents a dilemma: how does one deal with the inev...

'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' is awfully quiet and Texan
This film needs sub-titles because either the actors are speaking Texan or they are mumbling or they are whispering. After a while, it hardly seems worth straining to hear what they're saying. It doesn't matter much because, in terms of…
'Rising from Ashes' relates an inspirational story
As incredible as it is inspirational, the documentary "Rising from Ashes" tells the story of Rwanda's first competitive bicycle team. While the tragedy of the 1994 genocide of an estimated one million Tutsis at the hands of the Hutus merited…
'Closed Circuit': many lenses lead to cynical view
The good news about "Closed Circuit" is that neither its cloaks nor its daggers are cliches. The plot does not depend on justice prevailing but on reality reigning, so it is more cynical than triumphal. "Closed Circuit" is about terrorism…
'The World's End' is not half-bad; also not half-good
"The World's End" is not half-bad. The Britcom part, that is, the first half, is hilariously funny with lines a-poppin' all over the place. Then the zombies appear, and the lines fade to loud violence. If you like zombies, you'll…
'In a World' delivers a world of fun with a point
A few rare films manage to combine light-hearted comedy, absent mean-spirited put-downs, with substantive content. Writer/director Lake Bell's film "In a World" achieves that trifecta, providing very good laughs along with a look at father-daughter rivalry, sexism in the movie…
'The Grandmaster' is grand and masterful filmmaking
Based on the real life, innovative martial arts expert Ip Man, "The Grandmaster" focuses on beautifully choreographed fights showcasing various kung fu styles. A perfectionist, Chinese director Wong Kar-Wai edited "The Grandmaster" for over a year, and the flawless cuts,…
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