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A dark and compelling 'Tosca' at Lyric Opera of Chicago

Chicago opera lovers are getting a "twofer" with this season's dark and compelling production of Puccin...

'Or,' gives the Restoration a playful dose of contemporary attitude

With her fanciful play "Or," Liz Duffy Adams has reimagined the early Restoration period with a touch of Ja...

'Blues for Mr. Charlie' at Washington University: not perfect, but powerful

James Baldwin dedicated his play “Blues for Mr. Charlie” to the memory of Medgar Evers and of the four gi...

‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ has a bite that equals its bark

If there's one thing Edward Albee knows, without equivocation, it is the darker side of intimacy. The deep cuts t...

'The Winslow Boy' pairs social justice with a bit of romance

The St. Louis Repertory Theatre's current production, "The Winslow Boy," by Terrence Rattigan, is, at i...

Somewhere Goes Nowhere
The opening minutes of writer/director Sofia Coppola's mind-numbing immersion in the deadly dull world of fictional film star Johnny Marco epitomizes the film Somewhere. In a long take of a long shot without edits a Ferrari loops repeatedly around a…
Juxtaposition's Best Movies of 2010
From as young as I can recall I have loved going to the pictures. Thus it is no surprise that in the course of a year I end up seeing a lot of movies. In this age of Netflix and movie…
Chaplin's City Lights shines brightly at Powell Hall
Referring to the ambiguous final frames of Charlie Chaplin's romantic comedy City Lights (Will the Blind Girl still love The Tramp now that her sight has been restored and she can see he's not the gentleman she thought him to…
Inspirational British strikers shut down Ford in "Made in Dagenham"
As he did with Calendar Girls, director Nigel Cole strikes a charming, entertaining tone without undermining the serious, embedded issues in Made in Dagenham. While the film encourages laughter through humorous exchanges, the historically accurate actions spring from principled commitment…
2010's Top Ten
As 2010 ends, lists emerge. As subjective as it is, I enjoy recollecting the best cinematic experiences of the last 12 months. And so here's my top 10. Another day, another mood, their ranking could change but these would always…
"The King’s Speech" Articulates Clearly and Well
Based on an amazing true story, The King's Speech dramatizes King George VI's struggle to overcome his severe stuttering with the guidance of a speech therapist, an Australian transplant named Lionel Logue.
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