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'Spinning Into Butter' churns up more questions than answers

Insight Theatre Company's production of Rebecca Gilman's thought-provoking play, "Spinning Into Butter,&...

Knee-slapping funny, ‘Wild Oats’ gives olde tyme melodrama a Shakespearean twist

St. Louis Shakespeare aims for a comic bulls-eye with James McLure's played-for-laughs wild west interpretation o...

'One Flea Spare,' gives the plague a darkly comic twist

Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble takes audiences back to the age of the great plague in "One Flea Spare," Na...

Stellar performances energize a truncated 'Götterdämmerung' at Union Avenue Opera

This weekend, Union Avenue Opera concludes its 22nd season with "Götterdämmerung" ("Twilight...

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...

'Lambert and Stamp' traces the who of The Who
As documentaries go, "Lambert and Stamp" gives the genre ballast. First-time director James D. Cooper adds qualities and textures by switching between color and black and white, by judicious use of flashbacks, and by intelligent interweaving of interviews. "Lambert and…
'Far from the Madding Crowd' celebrates Hardy's melodrama
Director Thomas Vinterberg's adaptation of Thomas Hardy's 1874 novel "Far from the Madding Crowd" mines that story with unabashed, joyful indulgence. Because of that earnest emotional embrace, the solid acting of Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene, and Charlotte Bruus Christensen's…
Meteorological and psychological phenomena rule 'Clouds of Sils Maria'
In the first scene of  "Clouds of Sils Maria," Maria Enders and her personal assistant Valentine are in transit, on a train to Zurich, Switzerland, jostling along tied to technology, irritated with intermittent cell phone service. This opening establishes the…
'The Water Diviner' tracks the painful aftermath of the Battle of Gallipoli
Inspired by true events, "The Water Diviner" thrusts the viewer into the December 1915 Battle of Gallipoli, pitting Turkish troops against the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) trying vainly to control supply routes. Both sides would suffer a…
'Ex Machina' debates A.I. versus human 'intelligence'
As dazzling for the brain as for the eyes, the science fiction film "Ex Machina" challenges assumptions about human emotion and behavior. Wealthy entrepreneur Nathan (first names used only) has his firm's top programmer, Caleb, flown to his remote, ultramodern…
'Little Boy' proves they do still make movies like that
Some people watch a film from the Forties and swear, "They don't make movies like that anymore." "Little Boy" disproves that remark. They do, but should they? This is a good example of its kind -- 70 years later. "Little…
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