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Dim and dimmer: Wagner's 'Tannhäuser' at Lyric Opera of Chicago

I have a dream. I dream that some day I'll be able to walk into an opera house and not be faced with a production...

'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...

Local opening date: May 7, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Gianni Di Gregorio's directorial debut, Mid-August Lunch, serves up a trifle, a pleasant one to be sure, but a slim offering. Not much happens beyond some cooking, eating, and conversation…
Local opening date: May 7, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson In Babies, with a nonjudgmental, anthropological approach, French documentarist Thomas Balmes chronicles the first year of life of four babies from different countries. The four babies are: Ponijao in Namibia,…
Local opening date: April 30, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Award-winning, post-French New Wave director André Techiné characteristically delves into the complexities of intimate human relationships. However, he presents his considerable insights obliquely. In other words, Techiné explores nuances carefully,…
April 30 through May 2, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson When the camera operated by the man who calls himself Mike Bonanno first catches the man who calls himself Andy Bichlbaum, Andy's on his way to a live BBC news…
April 23 through 26, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Producer, director, cinematographer and editor Margarita Jimeno devoted five years of her life to the self-proclaimed "gypsy-punk" band called Gogol Bordello. She documents their early shows in far less-than-spectacular venues that…
Local opening date: April 16, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Over widescreen shots of spacious, empty landscapes, voiceover narration sets the mood, recounting a fable of a cow with two heads, one human and the other bovine. The narrator says…
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