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The MUNY closes its 97th season with the spirited, crowd-pleasing 'Oklahoma!'

Rodgers and Hammerstein's beloved "Oklahoma!," running through August 16, 2015, is bursting with memora...

‘Spellbound’ casts its magic in a beguiling, enchanting production

Stray Dog Theatre brings a fantasy fairy tale to life in a charming staging of "Spellbound, a musical fable,&quo...

'The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler' is a comic trip beyond fiction

St. Louis Shakespeare brings "The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler" to life in a fantastic tale filled wi...

Take a delightful ride on the 'Carousel'

Hawthorne Players has opened a fine production of the beloved “Carousel”, by Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Everything glows in 'Anything Goes'

WOW!!!  “Anything Goes” has opened at Stages St. Louis, and it is simply stunning!   Every...

Akira Kurosawa's Ran
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the great Japanese director Akira Kurosawa's birth, Webster University will screen 17 of his films during July and into early August. All of these are new 35-millimeter prints, and some of them newly restored…
Courtesy of Magnollia Pictures
An extended family comes together for the grandfather's birthday, a dinner celebration where he announces his retirement and his two successors-both son Tancredi and grandson Edo. This unexpected doubling of managers for the family textile business stirs up enormous, barely…
Reel Injun
Quebec director Neil Diamond's documentary Reel Injun critiques an easy but important target: Hollywood's depiction of Native Americans. Prone to either romanticize Indians while adding spiritual hocus-pocus or to demonize them as bloodthirsty savages, films throughout cinematic history have stereotyped…
Ondine
Irish writer/director Neil Jordan has some terrific films to his credit: Mona Lisa, The Crying Game, Michael Collins, The Butcher Boy, and I'd even add Interview with the Vampire. Unfortunately, his latest film Ondine can't hold a candle to those…
Sweetgrass
At the conclusion of the mesmerizing documentary Sweetgrass, titles state that since the late 19th century Western ranchers have grazed animals on public land for summer pasture. And so, filmmakers and Harvard anthropologists Ilisa Barbash and Lucien Castaing-Taylor have captured…
Holy Rollers
While there are no new stories, some creative incarnations add vibrancy to familiar archetypes. That's exactly what happens in director Ken Asch's Holy Rollers, based on real-life events. The film locates the formulaic coming-of-age story in the 1998 Brooklyn Hasidic…
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