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So often, the days that have the most impact on our lives are the ones that start just like any other day. "Eat Your Heart Out," a St. Louis premiere written by Courtney Baron, focuses on the everyday in an…
With “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash,” the title explains the show itself.  It’s not the story of Johnny Cash the man, nor his demons or his loves, but of his music, specifically the music he wrote.
In the 1830 tragedy "Anna Bolena" ("Anne Boleyn"), the second of Donizetti's four operas dealing with Tudor England and a classic of the bel canto operatic style, the composer and his librettist Felice Romani put the title character through hell—and…
Sunday, 07 December 2014 21:49

'A Raisin in the Sun' shines at The Black Rep

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The play begins and almost immediately it is clear why Lorraine Hansberry’s "A Raisin in the Sun" has been highly successful and celebrated for over 50 years. Her genius not only lies within the dynamic characters she created, but also…
Saturday, 06 December 2014 21:47

Blithe Spirit not quite ready to materialize

Written by Robert Ashton
Actors' Studio's production of "Blithe Spirit", directed by Bobby Miller, has many good moments and much promise but on opening night did not seem quite ready for the public.
If your only exposure to George Gershwin and DuBose Heyward's 1935 opera "Porgy and Bess" has been the tour of the cut down "Broadway" version that played the Muny this past summer or even the interesting but flawed Union Avenue…
St. Louis Shakespeare's Magic Smoking Monkey Theatre company once again strikes gold, this time with "Cannibal: The Musical," a hilariously twisted homage to the classic Hollywood musical written by Trey Parker, half of the creative team behind "South Park" and…
On paper, "Spring Awakening" shouldn't be an enormously popular coming-of-age musical. The songs are raw and rock infused and the story lacks a stereotypical happy ending. Still, the show is joyfully energetic and the themes are expressed with a essay writer thoughtful…
I first saw "Riffs in a Set of 10"—veteran St. Louis actor/director Chris Limber's loving and literate tribute to the hipster attitude of the "Beat Generation"—last summer at the St. Lou Fringe Festival. At the time I was pretty much…
"Orders" is a contemporary show that asks an age old question: why do people serve  - their country, others, or God -- and how does a young adult know when they are being called to service? Too often, military service…
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