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A dark, driven "Rigoletto" at Union Avenue Opera

Union Avenue Opera is following up on its highly praised "Don Giovanni" with an impressive production of Ve...

'Beauty and the Beast' at the Muny is family fun with an old friend

This past Wednesday, the Muny gave me a chance to visit a friend I hadn't seen in fifteen years. I'm not talk...

Tricky duets spice up the ‘LaBute New Theater Festival,’ part 2

The second half of St. Louis Actors' Studio's "LaBute New Theater Festival," hits another high note...

'Into the Woods' is a fabulously fractured fairy tale filled with real-life lessons

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine give fairytales a clever musical score, along with an abundance of whimsy and a gen...

Everything glows in 'Anything Goes'

WOW!!!  “Anything Goes” has opened at Stages St. Louis, and it is simply stunning!   Every...

'The Stanford Prison Experiment' presents sobering observations on the abuse of power
In 1971 Stanford psychology professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo recruited 18 male Stanford students (and six alternates) for a two-week experiment. After interviews by Zimbardo and his graduate staff, a flip of a coin determined if the participant would be a…
'Southpaw' reenergizes the boxing genre
In the testosterone-driven world of director Antoine Fuqua, light heavyweight boxing champion Billy Hope finds the brutality of the ring doesn't compare to the emotional trauma of losing his wife Maureen and fighting to regain custody of his alienated six-year-old…
'Infinitely Polar Bear' tells a chilly tale
Based on the real-life story of writer/director Maya Forbes, "Infinitely Polar Bear" immerses the viewer in the difficult and exasperating world of manic-depressive Cameron "Cam" Stuart. His wife Maggie and two daughters, Amelia and Faith, ten and eight, accept him…
St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase highlights local talent
Cinema St. Louis' 15th Annual Whitaker Filmmakers Showcase highlights outstanding work "written, directed, edited, or produced by St. Louis natives or films with strong local ties." The fifteen different programs screening July 19 to July 23 include animation and documentaries,…
'Aloft' is overhead or underfoot: your call
"Aloft" is either a tragedy, almost Greek in its depths, or it is the most pretentious mess of inarticulate hogwash in the slop jar of life. "Aloft" is also not predictable, which is almost always a plus; however, this film…
A superb Ian McKellen triumphs as the elderly 'Mr. Holmes'
Sherlock Holmes has been an enduring darling of cinema since silent film days, and he continues to fascinate with ever-new interpretations. Now director Bill Condon has the audacity and the imagination to make an increasingly senile, senior Sherlock the entertaining…
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