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Abundant humor and beguiling charm delight in 'Twelfth Night'

St. Louis Shakespeare adds another feather to its brightly decorated cap with their thoroughly enjoyable, visually an...

The musical 'Heathers' finds heart in the darkness of teen angst and isolation

New Line Theatre kicks off its season, the first at their new home in the smartly renovated Marcelle Theater on the e...

Fur flies in 'Venus in Fur'

The set-up is simple. Thomas, a theater director, has been holding auditions for the play he's written. He's ...

Glorious, fantasy filled 'The World Begun' transforms a late summer night

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis brings its Shakespeare in the Streets performance series to Old North St. Louis in the...

'Particle Fever' astonishes, amazes, and delights
The documentary "Particle Fever" goes inside the world of theoretical and experimental physicists in their search for the Higgs boson. This particle, if found, would potentially change perspectives on scientific understanding of the universe. Enter the Large Hadron Collider and…
'The Retrieval' finds freed slaves in 1864 as bounty hunters
A slow-paced but bracing antidote to "Django Unchained," writer/director Chris Eska's "The Retrieval" dramatizes a grim story of Texas bounty hunters in 1864, hunters who employ blacks to track and trap runaways. Eska writes that his curiosity about the period…
'It Felt Like Love' captures a 14-year-old amorous yearning
Told entirely from 14-year-old Lila's limited point of view, "It Felt Like Love" immerses the viewer visually and psychologically in Lila's subjective perceptions and emotional concerns. Writer/director Eliza Hittman maintains a coherent, even strikingly astute understanding of Lila's yearning for…
'Under the Skin' gets under the skin in unpleasant ways
"Under the Skin" wants to be an edgy, atmospheric, imaginative, sci-fi film. It succeeds only in ponderous, self-conscious pretentiousness at a slow pace. For an hour 47 minutes, co-writer/director Jonathan Glazer dwells on suggestions that amount to little more than…
'The Railway Man' reclaims and overcomes his POW past
In "The Railway Man" Eric Lomax first appears in 1980 where he's most comfortable--on a railway car. There he accidentally meets his future wife, Patti, because his train was delayed. He rattles off the circuitous connection he'll make to complete…
'Finding Vivian Maier' presents amazing finds in film
Solving this mystery is amazing in itself. Even a clumsy filmmaker could have captured interest in this story of a young man who bought 100,000 negatives that turned out to be art. But John Maloof is not a ham-handed filmmaker,…
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