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Abundant humor and beguiling charm delight in 'Twelfth Night'

St. Louis Shakespeare adds another feather to its brightly decorated cap with their thoroughly enjoyable, visually an...

The musical 'Heathers' finds heart in the darkness of teen angst and isolation

New Line Theatre kicks off its season, the first at their new home in the smartly renovated Marcelle Theater on the e...

Fur flies in 'Venus in Fur'

The set-up is simple. Thomas, a theater director, has been holding auditions for the play he's written. He's ...

Glorious, fantasy filled 'The World Begun' transforms a late summer night

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis brings its Shakespeare in the Streets performance series to Old North St. Louis in the...

Alamar dives deep into different lives
As much an ethnographic study as a feature film, Alamar (To the Sea) finds father Jorge Machado picking up his son Natan from his Italian ex-wife Roberta. A brief introduction explains the idyllic Caribbean romance that produced Natan before Roberta…
Jack Goes Boating and reels in emotional complexity
Jack Goes Boating takes a snapshot of four fairly ordinary, New York working-class people, warts and all. Clyde and Lucy have some history buried in their relationship which enters a precarious phase. Jack and Connie have just begun their involvement,…
Cinephilia series: Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue
Webster University's Cinephilia series continues with Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film. In it, writer/director Andrew Monument traces the changes exhibited in the horror genre over the course of cinematic history.
Only When I Dance heavy with emotion
The documentary Only When I Dance is content thin but emotionally rich. Director Beadie Finzi, who also shot some of the footage, drops into the lives of two Rio de Janeiro ballet hopefuls in their teenage years, training at the Centro…
50 years later, Breathless is still fresh.
Incredible as it sounds, this year marks the 50 year anniversary of the iconic French New Wave film A Bout de Souffle, known here as Breathless. With a story by Francois Truffaut and a screenplay by Jean-Luc Godard, the film shows the…
The usual sex, drugs and gore: A look at American Grindhouse
The documentary American Grindhouse recounts the history of low-budget cinematic fare that exploits the taboo subjects of our culture, especially sex and nudity as well as violence and drugs. From the landmark 1913 Traffic in Souls to the present day incarnations of…
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