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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...

'Phoenix' soars on strong performances
In the symbolically titled film "Phoenix," a disfigured Nelly Lenz survives Auschwitz and returns, after some reconstructive surgery, to a rebuilding 1945 Berlin. Her companion, Lene, affiliated with the Jewish Agency for Palestine, wants to relocate to Haifa, but Nelly…
Post-WWII Vienna hosts the intriguing 'The Third Man'
In "The Third Man," Vienna, post-WWII, is divided into four sectors: the American, the Russian, the British and the French zones. When American pulp westerns writer Holly Martins arrives at the Vienna train station, he expects to meet long-time friend…
'Irrational Man' offers flaccid philosophy on film
Gone are the days when a film by Woody Allen suggested anything remotely avant garde. Except for "Blue Jasmine," the Woodman has been churning out unfunny comedies and unenthralling mysteries since the early 1990s, if not before, each film a…
'Tangerine' is the new black woman's orange
There's something about "Tangerine." Once it gets its hooks into you, you have to rethink it after an initial revulsion. It's as raw as sewage, but it's also kinda funny and very urban, so, to some, it proves to be…
'The Stanford Prison Experiment' presents sobering observations on the abuse of power
In 1971 Stanford psychology professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo recruited 18 male Stanford students (and six alternates) for a two-week experiment. After interviews by Zimbardo and his graduate staff, a flip of a coin determined if the participant would be a…
'Southpaw' reenergizes the boxing genre
In the testosterone-driven world of director Antoine Fuqua, light heavyweight boxing champion Billy Hope finds the brutality of the ring doesn't compare to the emotional trauma of losing his wife Maureen and fighting to regain custody of his alienated six-year-old…
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