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'Sky Sky Sky' is a thought-provoking new work from Washington University

Washington University's Performing Arts Department recently staged a new theatrical work called, "Sky Sky Sk...

Short but powerful, the plays of 'Briefs' present relevant themes and characters

Joan Lipkin and Darin Slyman, of the VITAL Voice, have paired up to produce the fourth annual "Briefs" shor...

For a good time with a twist, try ‘Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike’

Playwright Christopher Durang won a Tony Award for this insightfully hilarious look at aging and modern life through ...

'Kinky Boots' dazzles in sparkling stilettos

When music legend and style icon Cyndi Lauper partners with award-winning playwright Harvey Fierstein to score a Broa...

The Rep looks inside Babs' cellar

Jonathan Tolins is a very clever writer. Jeremy Webb is a very smart actor. Put them together, with some inventive gu...

'A Most Violent Year': A Morality Play in Film
The year of J. C. Chandor's excellent and intense film is 1981. The city, New York. Numbers show that year to be one of the most violent, but the year could be nearly any in America. Chandor was making his…
'Mr. Turner' Creates impressive impressionism
"Mr. Turner" is beautiful -- no doubt about it. Against that beauty, director Mike Leigh fashions a biography of the late years of the great 19th-century English painter, maybe the greatest. By contrast, the biography has its tawdriness: James Mallard…
'American Sniper' saved from cliché by biography
Clint Eastwood leaves so many question marks scattered throughout "American Sniper" that it's hard not to bury the film as another clichéd war movie. It resembles "Hurt Locker" in many ways -- except "American Sniper" is based on the life…
'Paddington' bears watching, over and over
See, there's this bear, and he lives with his aunt and uncle in darkest Peru, but he loves London, where this Peruvian explorer welcomed him. So he goes, skipperty-do. He ends up on his suitcase in front of the Lost…
'20,000 Days on Earth' explores Nick Cave's creative process
Directors Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard's "20,000 Days on Earth" explores the creative process of the exceptional, Australian-born musician Nick Cave. The occasion for this revealing exploration is Cave beginning the recording of his album Push the Sky Away. On…
'Teenage' and 'Rebel Without a Cause' capture teenagers' struggles
An intriguing, curious documentary, "Teenage" scrutinizes the cultural transformation of those 'tween years between childhood and adult status. Pursuing ideas detailed in Jon Savage's book "Teenage: The Creation of Youth Culture 1875-1945," writer/director Matt Wolf draws extensively on archival footage…
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