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The New Jewish Theatre opens its nineteenth season with the Neil Simon comedy "The Sunshine Boys," a sweet tribute to the era of vaudeville that's also an honest look at aging in an American culture increasingly focused on youth. Engaging…
Stray Dog Theatre takes a chance by opening its season with the little known musical "Dogfight," but it's a risk that pays off handsomely. This poignant coming of age tale unfolds in early 1963, before three young marines head to…
The houselights are up as the play begins. Two young lovers wander into an abandoned theatre and boldly challenge one of the theatre’s most respected conventions by calling "Macbeth" by its name rather than “The Scottish Play”. What consequence follows…
Bobby is one ambivalent guy. He says he’s ready for marriage, yet he does everything he can to avoid it. He’s handsome, charming and surrounded by friends who adore him, so he’s been content to remain a bachelor. Now, as…
St. Louis Shakespeare adds another feather to its brightly decorated cap with their thoroughly enjoyable, visually and emotionally satisfying production of Shakespeare's beloved romantic comedy, "Twelfth Night."
New Line Theatre kicks off its season, the first at their new home in the smartly renovated Marcelle Theater on the east end of Grand Center, with a bang. A little poison and a big bomb are also included in…
Sunday, 04 October 2015 14:30

Fur flies in 'Venus in Fur'

Written by Bob Wilcox
The set-up is simple. Thomas, a theater director, has been holding auditions for the play he's written. He's on the phone complaining about the women who've read for the lead female role — not good, not smart.
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis brings its Shakespeare in the Streets performance series to Old North St. Louis in the whimsical "The World Begun." A community partnered interpretation of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," with a time-travel twist, playwright Nancy Bell's story infuses…
St. Louis Actors' Studio opens its ninth season with a show that mines the insecurities, frustrations and sexual tension between a group of young writers. The smartly written script is complemented by solid performances from the ensemble and well-executed, if…
Friday, 18 September 2015 14:31

Almost The Full Monty at Stages

Written by Bob Wilcox
Stages tells us that they get more requests for a repeat production of "The Full Monty" and of "The Drowsy Chaperone" than any other musicals. They're doing "The Full Monty" right now, and they're going to repeat "The Drowsy Chaperone"…
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