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The stage adaptation of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," written by Todd Kreidler and based on the screenplay by William Rose, maintains the original film's 1967 setting, but could easily be set in the present time.
First Run Theatre has picked a gem in local playwright Mario Farwell's "Stereo Heart." The play tackles family history, poverty and gang violence with a Shakespearean spirit and a healthy amount of St. Louis sass. After a blue-collar family discovers…
The glitzy, mirrored staircase into the wine cellar at Herbie's provided a fitting portal into "Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll," a one-person play written by Eric Bogosian and produced by The Midnight Company. With gritty, memorable characters, veteran performer Joe…
The musical version of the beloved 1983 movie "A Christmas Story," running at the Fox Theatre through January 4, 2015, features all the highlights of the film, which quickly established itself as a holiday favorite. As such, it's a rollicking,…
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' Imaginary Theatre Company once again presents a delightful interpretation of a holiday favorite reimagined for young audiences. This year's show "Bah Humbug," retells Charles Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol" in just under an hour.
Monday, 15 December 2014 16:15

Here's to the cabaret ladies of Craig Pomranz

Written by Katie McGrath
Craig Pomranz’s homecoming was as familiar as some of the charming songs he shared in “Here’s to the Ladies".
Looking for something different in holiday entertainment? Seriously consider "A Winter Fable," the current collaboration between Circus Flora and the St. Louis Symphony. It features great music by Steven Jarvi and the symphony—including some rarely played pieces by Ippolitov-Ivanov, Dvořák,…
It's time to find your comfy sweatpants, pop open a Pabst Blue Ribbon and check in on the residents of the Armadillo Trailer Park, the happiest down-on-its luck spot in America. This season, the residents are busily singing songs and…
The New Jewish Theatre keeps their audiences laughing with a lively mix of humor and sex therapy in "Becoming Dr. Ruth," a delightfully informative production. Filled with personal anecdotes from the doctor's public life and deeply personal memories and observations,…
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…
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