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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 13:06

If I Were You (and other Elvis Presley songs)

Written by Steve Callahan
Elvis Presley lives! And lives and lives and lives . . . Each year Washington University’s A. E. Hotchner playwriting competition serves as muse to budding playwrights among the Wash U. student body.
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 00:10

The Sunny Side of Shakespeare, ‘As You Like It’

Written by Tina Farmer
St. Louis Shakespeare closes its 28th season with the perennial favorite, “As You Like It,” a pleasing story that still resonates with today’s audiences. Some of the language may be unfamiliar, but the broad humor and themes of love and…
Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:18

An old classic adapted for the stage

Written by Meghan McEnery
The mood is set for "Double Indemnity" the minute you walk into the theater. Small windows let in rays of eerie white sunlight. A smoky haze swirls above the stage. The terra cotta roof and plastered walls paired with streaks…
Monday, 18 March 2013 15:28

For Easter

Written by Bob Wilcox
Pamela Reckamp, artistic director of Spotlight Theatre, joins an ancient tradition in the Christian community with her production of "Passion". It tells the story of the last week in the life of Jesus of Nazareth, events told countless times in…
Sunday, 17 March 2013 09:56

Pluto Ruhls the Underworld

Written by Steve Callahan
Fontbonne University has opened a charming production of "Eurydice", a very slight piece by Sarah Ruhl. Whimsical, with occasional wisps of poetry, this little story is a retelling of the Orpheus legend—but with a focus on Eurydice.
It’s the oldest love story in the world: boy meets horse, boy loses horse, boy gets horse back. And that old story comes to the Fox in a production of "War Horse" that is visually and aurally stunning.
How does a family deal with devastating loss, and begin to move forward again with their lives, without falling completely apart? It's never an easy question, and "Rabbit Hole," by David Lindsay-Abaire, doesn't pretend to have all the answers, or…
Winter Opera has closed their current season with a musically splendid and visually satisfying production of Puccini’s 1900 political melodrama “Tosca.” Acting and some casting choices did not always strike me as ideal, but the company sang beautifully, the orchestra…
Sunday, 10 March 2013 22:34

'Day of the Dog' is all bark and no bite

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
Carrot, the titular canine in Daniel Damiano's "Day of the Dog," the world premiere of which is being presented by St. Louis Actors' Studio, is a German Shepherd mix and the family pet of accountant Paul and interior designer Julianne.…
Saturday, 09 March 2013 18:32

Submitting to the allure of 'Venus in Fur'

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
"Venus in Fur" is a clever, funny, and slightly creepy piece from David Ives, the master of the ingenious one-act and the inventive historical adaptation. At 100 minutes or thereabouts it may be a bit repetitious in places, but overall…
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Tok Releases Gold Dollar Hen House Volume 3

Tue April 8
Tok is a Festus based rock band who has been rocking St. Louis for 20 years. They are due to release their third installment of their Gold Dollar Hen House collection on February 28, 2014 at Schlafly's…