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The idea of bringing Shakespeare to the streets and directly involving the community in the production is more than admirable; it is necessary to keeping the arts alive and to inspiring generation after generation to keep moving art forward. Shakespeare…
I visited China a few years ago, but am sorry to say I saw none of any native Chinese theatrical arts while there. When I heard the Beijing Opera was coming to the Touhill Performing Arts Center on the campus…
Saturday, 21 September 2013 15:02

The Old Razzle-Dazzle Is Back – 'Chicago' at the Fox

Written by Andrea Braun
“Beulah Annan” wouldn’t make a very good song title, but “Roxie Hart,” works just fine. And that girl Roxie has really been around. She was based on Beulah who shot her lover dead (they both reached for the gun) and…
Monday, 16 September 2013 20:56

'Our Town' at Insight: You CAN go home again!

Written by Steve Callahan
Over the past seventy-five years the little town of Grover’s Corners has come to life at least once on every stage in America.  This village is the subject of Thornton Wilder’s wonderful play, "Our Town," which Insight Theatre is now…
Saturday, 14 September 2013 18:27

Time for a holiday...it's Cabaret!

Written by Connie Bollinger
The Repertory Theatre of St Louis opens its forty-seventh season with a BANG! Director/Choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge has brought us a lovely gift in the form of a new production of the venerable "Cabaret".
Thursday, 12 September 2013 21:35

'My Fair Lady' at Stages: The Fairest of Them All

Written by Andrea Braun
At times, it was if the stage almost shimmered. The audience applauded the set (well, the costumes really) twice and the singing and dancing were spectacular. Despite a three-hour length, a few draggy parts in Act II while plot points…
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 10:51

Unconventional theme keeps 'Parade' marching along

Written by Tina Farmer
The rape and murder of an innocent 13-year-old factory girl and the subsequent incarceration and trial of the accused rapist is most definitely not a standard musical theme. R-S Theatrics production of "Parade," a musical by Alfred Uhry and Jason…
Mr. Sloane is a gorgeous young thing and everybody wants him.  Mr. Sloane hasn't had a single scruple for ever-so-long.  Mr. Sloane's polite demeanor is marbled with streaks of blazing viciousness.  Mr. Sloane is quite a piece of work.
Monday, 09 September 2013 23:32

Dealing with death and deformity

Written by Bob Wilcox
Some one-person shows have one character. Some have many characters. "The Purpose Project: Thao's Library" has one actor and one character, and they are the same person.
Monday, 09 September 2013 19:23

'Emergency': Welcome to the land of liberty

Written by Bob Wilcox
Some one-person shows have one character. Some have many characters. "Emergency," currently at The Black Rep, has one actor and many characters. Like most one-person shows, it's more storytelling than drama, though it has moments of theatrical excitement, thanks both…
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