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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...

‘Sight Unseen’ paints an interesting, if not quite focused, picture

Donald Margulies writes interesting, contemporary plays that make up with intellect what they lack in action and move...

‘Life of Crime’ toggles between humor and horror
Sometimes all it takes is one name to assure film-goers that a film promises to deliver. For “Life of Crime” that name is Elmore Leonard. He co-wrote the script with the director Daniel Schecter, so the expectation is that humor…
'The Trip to Italy' stalls: engine trouble
“The Trip to Italy” is a sequel to “The Trip,” truly one of the funniest movies ever conceived and produced. It had a boyish bounce at its core as comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon tooled their way about the…
'Code Black' goes inside LA County Hospital's ER
Many gripping documentaries take the viewer to unexpected places with a first-hand, behind-the-scenes vantage point. That is exactly the case with Dr. and director Ryan McGarry's debut film, "Code Black." It immerses us in Los Angeles County Hospital's emergency room,…
'Frank' inhabits a quirky life of pleasing dissonance
In the age of cookie-cutter movies, along comes "Frank," as direct, atypical and surprising as its one word title. Who would imagine that a major star, Michael Fassbender, would play with a dissonant band--sound and personalities--all the while with a…
Playing games trumps 'Video Games: The Movie'
When I saw the title of the film "Video Games: The Movie," I thought, "Well, finally a documentary about what most Hollywood movies have become, perhaps even an insightful, analytical dissection of recent blockbusters." Nope, truth lies with the title.…
'Land Ho!' meanders, adrift without a plot
In Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens' meandering, plotless film "Land Ho!" with paid plane tickets, Mitch snookers his ex-brother-in-law Colin into accompanying him to Iceland. The country provides irresistibly beautiful backdrops--waterfalls, geysers, glaciers and misty landscapes. Mitch adds his boorish,…
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