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‘Age of Bees’ hints at hope in an uncertain future

Tesseract Theatre continues to demonstrate a commitment to finding not simply new plays, but new plays that tackle co...

'Art' teases its way through friendship with sharp humor and surprising affection

St. Louis Actors' Studio continues their season of "The Best Medicine," laughter, with dry humor that i...

'An Invitation Out' offers more than just another pretty face

In literature, great characters often make their finest choices in the midst of severe limitations. In the premiere p...

'Rime of the Ancient Mariner' is a spellbinding tale of adventure, loss and redemption

Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Romantic poem comes to life in this atmospheric and immersive production from Upstream ...

Despite technical failures, 'The Cockfighter' goes for the heart

Frank Manley and Vincent Murphy's "The Cockfighter" presents a dilemma: how does one deal with the inev...

"The Sicilian Girl" Throws Sicily for a Loop
The Sicilian Girl tells the familiar tale of criminal activity—murder, revenge, drug dealing and corrupt officials—but with a unique, appealing twist. This time the story, based on real events, is told through a young girl's and then a young woman's…
Meeting a "Tall Dark Stranger" Is Enticing
Woody Allen has forged a film career exploring dysfunctional relationships and the individuals drawn to them like moths to the flame. You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger is Woody's latest interrogation of the numerous ways recognizable characters thrash about…
Radiant artist Basquiat shines in documentary revelations
Over the years, fiction and nonfiction films have dramatized the short life of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, my favorite being Julian Schnabel's 1996 Basquiat with Jeffrey Wright. But producer/director Tamra Davis' documentary Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child trumps them all.
A Nowhere Man Gets Going
Hard as it is to believe, John Lennon would have turned 70 this October. So it's good timing for the release of Nowhere Boy, a British film about John's formative years in Liverpool, the development of his musical talent, and…
Superman won't rush to the rescue
In the first minutes of Davis Guggenheim's Waiting for "Superman," educator Geoffrey Canada says that one of the worst days of his young life occurred when his mother told him that Superman didn't exist.
A pleasant romp through Soul Kitchen
Soul Kitchen starts off energetically, sporting high production values and establishing immediate conflict in several areas: work, romantic relationships and among family members. The story centers on the Hamburg, Germany, warehouse turned into a rather wildly disorganized eatery called Soul…
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