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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...

October 16 through 18, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Renaldo Kuhler is a most curious and fascinating individual. To escape the ridicule heaped on him throughout his school years and to find solace from his loneliness as a teenager on…
Local opening date: October 16, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Director/co-writer Kristopher Belman's documentary More Than a Game will surely be promoted to basketball fans, especially those enamored of LeBron James. And what basketball fan isn't? But while basketball is…
Local opening date: October 16, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson A few rare, precious films observe life so perfectly and present it so unobtrusively that their artistry never calls attention to itself. These are gems, as is Japanese director Hirokazu…
Local opening date: October 9, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson British directors have proved adept at what's called kitchen sink realism, those unadorned depictions of impoverished, often young characters with few prospects, struggling physically and emotionally to survive. Shane Meadows'…
Local opening date: October 2, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story is his best film by far for several reasons. While maintaining his ironic, occasionally scathing sense of humor, Moore connects the dots of Wall…
Local opening date: October 2, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson In November 2006 writer Colin Beavan, hunting for a project for his next book, decided that he, wife Michelle Conlin, and two-year old daughter Isabella should launch a one-year experiment.…
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