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Dramatic License Productions recently updated its vision to be a female focused company, with an emphasis on work written, performed and produced by women. The first show chosen in alignment with the company's new mission is "The Odd Couple (Female…
KTK Productions' "Sex Please, We're 60," running through May 3, 2015, is an amusing play, with more than a wink and a nod to the pleasures of flirtation, romance and, yes, sex. A modern farce with a touch of manners,…
Gateway Opera's production of Mozart's The Impresario is one of the most delightful evenings of opera that I've ever experienced.
Tesseract Theatre continues to demonstrate a commitment to finding not simply new plays, but new plays that tackle contemporary issues with inventive and imaginative plots and well-informed, yet natural, dialogue. Their current production "Age of Bees," by Tira Palmquist, is…
St. Louis Actors' Studio continues their season of "The Best Medicine," laughter, with dry humor that is at times cruel, at times sarcastic, and always delivered with a hint of exaggeration. At its center, "Art," by Yasmina Reza, is a…
In literature, great characters often make their finest choices in the midst of severe limitations. In the premiere production of "An Invitation Out," characters must make choices about identity within the confines of complex social expectations. Like any comedy of…
Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Romantic poem comes to life in this atmospheric and immersive production from Upstream Theater that plunges the audience deep into the Mariner's tale. The play, a spectacular collaboration between Patrick Siler, who adapted the poem, composers and…
Frank Manley and Vincent Murphy's "The Cockfighter" presents a dilemma: how does one deal with the inevitable sadness of the world? In the words of one of their characters: "How can a man lose and lose, over and over and…
Tuesday, 07 April 2015 00:13

Solving 'The Mystery of Edwin Drood'

Written by Bob Wilcox
When Charles Dickens died, he left unfinished his last novel, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.” A hundred years later, the multitalented Rupert Holmes finished it by inventing a musical that was being performed in Dickens' own time in the styles…
Political campaigns are crazy frenzied things.  A new production by OnSite Theatre invites us to participate in the final hectic moments of a race for the office of Governor. 
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