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'Imagining Madoff' is filled with interesting conversations, and real questions

The New Jewish Theatre considers practical, moral and ethical questions surrounding wealth, greed, religion and motiv...

‘Safe House’ is a moving story of great risks with little hope for reward

Occasionally, a play sneaks up on you, grabbing you at some visceral, emotional level and knocking you down. The Stud...

At Clayton Community Theatre, the lion in winter chills his family

In “The Lion in Winter,” James Goldman has written something of a medieval version of “Who's Af...

'Cinderella' at the Fox is a sumptuous re-telling of the tale

The “Cinderella” now at the Fox Theatre is not just any “Cinderella.” It's the “Rod...

'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner' is still relevant after all these years

The stage adaptation of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," written by Todd Kreidler and based on the scree...

Droll Comedy Accompanies A Somewhat Gentle Man
In the Norwegian film A Somewhat Gentle Man, the gentle man in question is Ulrik, released from 12 years in prison for murder as the film begins. Slow to react verbally and nonverbally, Ulrik gets good advice as he leaves:…
The Adjustment Bureau Adjusts Expectations Upward
Fate versus free will? Head or heart? Control or impulsivity? David Norris (Matt Damon) accidentally sees behind a curtain he isn't even supposed to know exists. As a result, he must confront and define his metaphysical place in his New…
A Murderer Rules in Monsieur Verdoux
So astonishingly multi-talented that he continues to elicit astonishment, Charlie Chaplin typically wrote, produced, directed, starred in and composed music for his films. This includes his 1947 two-hour feature Monsieur Verdoux, Webster University's Chaplin festival entry for March 20, 2011.…
Triple the Treat with Three Chaplin Features
Webster University's Charlie Chaplin celebration continues the weekend of March 11 to 13, 2011, with three Chaplin features and a short. A cinematic and comic genius, Chaplin enjoyed recognition as the most loved and recognized star in the world in…
Plenty to Lift Spirits in Even the Rain
Juxtaposing making a movie in Bolivia on Columbus' arrival in the New World with modern-day protests over water rights, Even the Rain wears its politics boldly; that is, it critiques comparable fifteenth century and 21st-century exploitation. Then, Columbus demands gold…
Consider the Orangutan Named "Nénette"
The documentary Nénette cleverly shifts perspective from beginning to end. For French director Nicolas Philibert trains his camera on 40-year old orangutan Nénette in the Parisian Jardin des Plantes where she has lived since 1972. Visitors appear only in reflections…
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