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Fifteen-year-old Artie stands at the top of a steep, muddy hill, wood and canvas wings strapped to her back. Her mother is attempting to prove that mankind – in this case, a woman – can fly without mechanical contraptions. Despite…
In 1986, a lonely librarian in charge of the overnight return box at her location begins an unexpected and surprising journey when she discovers a returned book that is one-hundred and thirteen years overdue. So begins the New Jewish Theatre's…
It’s been a week of Irish ghosts, a week of Irish loss and pain and guilt.  It’s been a week of Irish tales that hover under an almost imperceptible mist of Catholic mysteries.  It’s been a week of playwright Conor…
Tuesday, 26 January 2016 17:03

'The Weir' haunts St. Louis

Written by Steve Callahan
It’s an utterly engaging evening of ghostly tales and drink.  It’s full of that banter and intimacy and teasing good fellowship and gossip that we have no word for, but which the Irish call “craic.” 
Monday, 25 January 2016 23:33

Moving picture star: 'Georama' at the Rep Studio

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
The musical "Georama," a staged reading of which was part of the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis's Ignite! New Play Festival in 2014, is getting a fully staged world premiere right now in the Rep studio. It's not perfect, but…
Monday, 25 January 2016 10:50

'Cosi fan tutte' shines at Winter Opera!

Written by Steve Callahan
Gina Galati and her Winter Opera continue to bless St. Louis with exemplary productions!  They’ve just opened “Così fan tutte,” and it’s a superb presentation of this popular Mozart work.
Thursday, 21 January 2016 18:07

'Newsies' delivers winner at the Fox!

Written by Missy Heinemann
"Newsies," a Disney film musical made famous in the early nineties with a younger and lesser known Christian Bale, grew ever more popular after making its Broadway debut in 2012. The stage version of this cult classic went on to…
The Black Rep's production of Dominque Morisseau's searing contemporary drama "Sunset Baby" is a tense show that suffers no fools and offers no easy answers. Set in an urban neighborhood rife with gun crime, prostitution, and drugs, the show avoids…
Kirkwood Theater Guild satisfies fans of period romantic comedy with the stylishly predictable "Enchanted April," by Matthew Barber. Set in 1922, the show introduces Lottie Wilton and Rose Arnott, two English housewives afflicted with a deep malaise. Both notice an…
The story of the first Plantagenet king comes to life in James Goldman's deeply researched historical drama, set in 1183 but scripted with contemporary dialogue and influences. The show peaks into the personal life of Henry the second, revealing the…
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