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When you take a closer look, 'Black and Blue' finds a lot of grey in its palette

Gitana Production's "Black and Blue" is a thought provoking, well-acted and strongly worded play that s...

'Antony & Cleopatra' remains unquestionably romantic and unmistakably tragic

Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis' 15th season tackles one of Shakespeare's most well known plays, "Anto...

Dr. Bartolo on the verge of a nervous breakdown: 'Barber of Seville' at Opera Theatre

Stage director Michael Shell, conductor Ryan McAdams, and the cast of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis' "Barber ...

'An Initial Condition' connects science and medicine to hope and emotion

An original play by Tesseract Theatre's artistic director Taylor Gruenloh, "An Initial Condition," runn...

'My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding' is an amiable celebration of diversity

The New Jewish Theatre production of David Hein and Irene Sankoff's unapologetically autobiographical musical &qu...

"Waste Land" offers a treasure trove
Too many documentaries about artists fail to rein in the narcissistic indulgence of a work focusing on a talented subject—whether filmmaker, painter, musician, or other. Not so in Waste Land, a credit to director Lucy Walker and a tribute to…
"Tiny Furniture" yields minuscule pleasures
An autobiographically inspired project, Tiny Furniture stars writer/director Lena Dunham as 22-year-old Aura. After graduating from college in Ohio, she's returned to her mother's and sister's loft in TriBeCa, and she's drifting.
"The Tourist" visits Venice, flirting with disaster
Writer/director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck made one of the most compelling, brilliant films with The Lives of Others. In 2007 it won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film. Now with The Tourist he shows he can masterfully direct contemporary, albeit…
"Vision" illuminates life of Hildegard von Bingen
It’s hard to find a woman as rounded as Hildegard. She was born in Germany in 1098 and died when she was 82. In those years, she established herself as an herbalist, a believer in the power of the mind…
"127 Hours" But Never a Dull Moment
Danny Boyle, of Best-Film Oscar Slumdog Millionaire fame, knows how to infuse energy and dynamic propulsion into a story, even though this one would defy credulity were it not based on a real incident.
"A Film Unfinished" IS Finished and Astonishing
In May 1942 the Nazis shot a film they called The Ghetto purporting to show how the population lived in the Warsaw Jewish ghetto. For 45 years this hour-long footage, discovered in a vault after WWII by East Germans, passed…
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