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'Imagining Madoff' is filled with interesting conversations, and real questions

The New Jewish Theatre considers practical, moral and ethical questions surrounding wealth, greed, religion and motiv...

‘Safe House’ is a moving story of great risks with little hope for reward

Occasionally, a play sneaks up on you, grabbing you at some visceral, emotional level and knocking you down. The Stud...

At Clayton Community Theatre, the lion in winter chills his family

In “The Lion in Winter,” James Goldman has written something of a medieval version of “Who's Af...

'Cinderella' at the Fox is a sumptuous re-telling of the tale

The “Cinderella” now at the Fox Theatre is not just any “Cinderella.” It's the “Rod...

'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner' is still relevant after all these years

The stage adaptation of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," written by Todd Kreidler and based on the scree...

September 15, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson As part of the Human Rights: Food and Water series, Webster University presents the provocatively titled documentary Blue Gold: World Water Wars, and it lives up to its billing. In other words, this…
Local opening date: September 25, 2009 Reviewed  by Diane Carson New Zealand writer/director Jane Campion's Bright Star charts the last two years of British poet John Keats' short life. Keats died from tuberculosis in 1821 at the age of 25,…
Local opening date: September 18, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Combining meticulously recreated scenes and selected archival television video with an explanatory narrative, The Baader Meinhof Complex presents a whirlwind decade of turmoil and terrorism set primarily in West Germany.…
Local opening date: October 9, 2009 Reviewed  by Diane Carson Australian sports writer Joe Warr must grapple with a sudden, perplexing tragedy. His beloved young wife dies from cancer and he must shoulder parenting responsibilities for seven-year-old  son Artie. At…
Local opening date: September 4, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson The poignantly and tragically ironic film title and appellation for Lance Clayton says it all: World's Greatest Dad. A discouraged single parent, Lance teaches high school poetry, wants desperately to…
Local opening date: September 3, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson The post-WWII French New Wave had a lasting effect on cinematic style and content, though the core directors never considered this a unified movement. A who's who of great directors-Agnes…
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