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Short but powerful, the plays of 'Briefs' present relevant themes and characters

Joan Lipkin and Darin Slyman, of the VITAL Voice, have paired up to produce the fourth annual "Briefs" shor...

For a good time with a twist, try ‘Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike’

Playwright Christopher Durang won a Tony Award for this insightfully hilarious look at aging and modern life through ...

'Blood Reigns: Henry VI and the War of the Roses' gives us history with a side of action

St. Louis Shakespeare completes its commitment to producing all of William Shakespeare's plays with "Blood R...

'Kinky Boots' dazzles in sparkling stilettos

When music legend and style icon Cyndi Lauper partners with award-winning playwright Harvey Fierstein to score a Broa...

The Rep looks inside Babs' cellar

Jonathan Tolins is a very clever writer. Jeremy Webb is a very smart actor. Put them together, with some inventive gu...

St. Louis Film Festival's second half continues the feast of diverse films
The 23 Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival continues through Sunday, November 23 with a diverse feast of films on offer. Cinema St. Louis' programs organized under the theme "Race in America: The Black Experience" include one of my…
'Nightcrawler' slinks into unnerving territory
Television news director Nina Romina asserts the cliché "If it bleeds, it leads" to her ambitious stringer Louis Bloom regarding video footage he's submitting. Lou takes it to heart and pushes beyond the boundary of legalities and good taste in…
St. Louis International Film Festival offers diversity
The 23 Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival kicks off Thursday, November 13 and continues through Sunday, November 23. The 389 films offered in 239 programs include 89 narrative and 76 documentary features, plus 224 short films. I'm most…
'Big Hero 6'  overstimulates while battling microbots
Much of "Big Hero 6" is charming. Much of it supports STEM: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics curriculum. Much of it, while it deals with loss and death, also deals with healthful responses to same. But way too much of…
'Laggies' lags way behind
The title refers to that group of people who lag behind their contemporaries in figuring out what they what to be when they grow up and in finding their place in the world. This can be an interesting time of…
'Rosewater' details Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari's ordeal
Early on June 21, 2009, Iranian-born journalist Maziar Bahari was awakened at his mother's home in Tehran, charged with espionage, and placed in solitary confinement in Evin prison. Covering the 2009 Iranian presidential election for Newsweek, Bahari documented protests after…
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