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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...

Local opening date: March 19, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson As the title of director Don Argott's documentary announces, The Art of the Steal is not an objective presentation. However, since Argott invited representatives from both sides of the controversy…
March 12 through 14, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson A very personal, even charming documentary, Intangible Asset # 82 takes place in South Korea where noted, veteran Australian jazz drummer Simon Barker has traveled seeking answers to some perplexing questions.…
Local opening date: March 5, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Director Tim Burton has a magnificent imagination as demonstrated on many occasions in an admittedly uneven career. I loved Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, Edward Scissorhands, and more but had reservations…
Local opening date: March 5, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Director Andrea Arnold has an enviable history at the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival, having won the 2006 Jury Prize for Red Road, her first feature. She again competed last…
Local opening date: February 26, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Theatrical and stylized, Michael Haneke's The White Ribbon finds a German village pre-WWI suffused with acts of cruelty by respected adults and unknown perpetrators-a barn burned, despicable verbal insults hurled,…
Local opening date: February 19, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson My immediate association for the great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy is War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Now, happily, new chapters will be added for most of us with director/writer…
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