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Theater Reviews

Monday, 21 March 2011 13:38

The mostly real McCoy

Written by Andrea Braun
Canadian playwright Andrew Moodie’s The Real McCoy is currently making its U.S. premiere at the Black Rep. The show is about “the greatest inventor you have never heard of” (according to the company’s news release). Almost everyone is familiar with…
WOW! Is the only word that comes close to describing The Repertory Theater's production of Larry Gallagher's Beehive: The 60's Musical. Or maybe "Boffo" would work; or "Knockout" or "Spectacular;" but even if I had an alphabet of complimentary adjectives…
There is an untapped cultural resource here in St. Louis, and it is poised to become the artistic beacon of our fair city; Opera. Well over a year ago I was fortunate enough to witness some of the finest opera…
Monday, 14 March 2011 21:03

The Mikado fans fun at the Touhill

Written by Nancy Crouse
Arriving early for the pre-show discussion of the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players production of The Mikado at the Touhill March 11, I observed first hand the infectious enthusiasm of the company founder, artistic director and general manager, Albert…
Monday, 14 March 2011 20:00

The old and the beautiful

Written by Andrea Braun
The lights go down, and, a woman’s voice is heard. “I’m goin’ to market, Idella.” In a moment, awful crashing noises pervade the darkness. When the lights come up, an old lady is sitting center stage and a man is…
Sunday, 13 March 2011 23:10

The proboscis play

Written by Andrea Braun
St. Louis Shakespeare has hit a home run with its production of Cyrano de Bergerac, due in great part to a powerful and poetic performance by Todd Gillenardo in the title role.
Sunday, 13 March 2011 17:49

A round of applause for Leading Ladies

Written by Connie Bollinger
The Theatre Guild of Webster Groves presents us with loads of fun and laughs in the form of Leading Ladies, a comedy by Ken Ludwig author of community theater favorite Lend Me a Tenor.
Sunday, 13 March 2011 01:05

What Pleasures Await In the Next Room?

Written by Connie Bollinger
Set in 1880's America and subtitled The Vibrator Play, In the Next Room, Sarah's Ruhl's, funny, touching, social comedy might make you blush but it's sure to make you laugh.
Friday, 11 March 2011 16:57

Southern fried children

Written by Andrea Braun
Mark is a sissy. So are T.J, Andrew and Benny. At least according to the Calvary Baptist Church in Texas where they've grown up together as four out of the 40 boys in their Sunday school, they are (which squares…
Thursday, 10 March 2011 01:03

Money can't buy love

Written by Bob Wilcox
Any young woman who takes on the role of Catherine Sloper deserves credit simply for being willing to do it. Catherine is the central character in The Heiress, Ruth and Augustus Goetz's dramatization of Henry James's novella Washington Square. She…
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