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When you take a closer look, 'Black and Blue' finds a lot of grey in its palette

Gitana Production's "Black and Blue" is a thought provoking, well-acted and strongly worded play that s...

'Antony & Cleopatra' remains unquestionably romantic and unmistakably tragic

Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis' 15th season tackles one of Shakespeare's most well known plays, "Anto...

Dr. Bartolo on the verge of a nervous breakdown: 'Barber of Seville' at Opera Theatre

Stage director Michael Shell, conductor Ryan McAdams, and the cast of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis' "Barber ...

'An Initial Condition' connects science and medicine to hope and emotion

An original play by Tesseract Theatre's artistic director Taylor Gruenloh, "An Initial Condition," runn...

'My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding' is an amiable celebration of diversity

The New Jewish Theatre production of David Hein and Irene Sankoff's unapologetically autobiographical musical &qu...

'In Secret' reveals weight of wanting
It's no secret that Emile Zola knew how to tell a story, especially the pitiful story of orphan Therese Raquin. From that novel, a play was written by Neal Bell, and from that play, a film script was produced into…
'The Trials of Muhammad Ali' recounts a charged history
"The Trials of Muhammad Ali" begins with a jolt from 1968--a verbal denouncement of Ali by David Susskind speaking from London to Ali via live television satellite. Producer/director Bill Siegel immediately cuts to President George W. Bush bestowing the Medal…
'The Punk Singer: A Documentary Film about Kathleen Hanna' Rocks
As direct and candid as its subject, director Sini Anderson's "The Punk Singer: A Documentary Film about Kathleen Hanna" profiles this outspoken feminist's life. This includes her late 1980s days at Evergreen College, the formation of Bikini Kill with Hanna…
'The Monuments Men' disappoints on multi-levels
George Clooney made a noble effort to tell the story of soldier/scholars sent by President Franklin Roosevelt to save the culture of Europe near the end of World War II. A noble effort, however, does not immediately translate to a…
'Nothing but a Man' is a masterpiece of cinematic story telling
As relevant now as when it premiered at New York's Philharmonic Hall in 1964, "Nothing But a Man" retains its amazingly, quietly intense appeal without a hint of sentimentality. Masterfully restrained, it never sacrifices communicating the deeply disturbing racist insults…
'The Past' is passé in more ways than one
Too bad the title "It's Complicated" went to 2009 film starring Meryl Streep and Steve Martin, for the title could be a generic. It certainly applies to "The Past," which depends on revelations, each one more complicating than the last.…
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