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Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Music Man

Written by Chris Gibson
Alpha Players Through 10/14/2007 Reviewed by Chris GibsonSure it's corny and quaint, but Meredith Wilson's play, The Music Man, is also filled with some wonderful songs that have become standards. Alpha Players present a solid if unspectacular production of the…
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Mikado

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
Opera Theatre of St. Louis Through 6/23/2007 Reviewed by Chuck Lavazzi Stage Director Ned Canty sets the tone for Opera Theatre's Mikado during the overture. An actress in traditional Japanese garb slowly glides onstage, sets a miniature pagoda on the floor…
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Man With A Load of Mischief

Written by Sarah Boslaugh
ACT Inc Through 8/5/2007 Reviewed by Sarah Boslaugh The Man with a Load of Mischief by Ashley Dukes is set entirely within a remote English country inn whose name is the source of the play's title. As the play opens,…
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Lion King

Written by Neville Mur
Fox Theatre Through 7/29/2007 Reviewed by Neville Mur Spectacle, Pageant, Sensation, these are some of the nouns you might use to describe the sights and human emotions that one would experience as a member of the audience observing Disney's The…
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Impresario (Der Schauspieldirektor)

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
Midwest Lyric Opera Through 4/22/2007 Reviewed by Sheila Schultz Mention The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, or The Magic Flute and many will immediately recognize these as Mozart operas. Mention The Impresario and you're likely to receive a blank stare, yet this, too…
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Hollow

Written by Bob Wilcox
Clayton Community Theatre Through 7/29/2007 Reviewed by Bob Wilcox Even when the English country house is not isolated and no storm knocks out lights and phone, Agatha Christie remains Agatha Christie.
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The History Boys

Written by Steve Callahan
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Through 9/30/3007 Reviewed by Steve Callahan The poet W.B. Yeats once said that education is not filling a bucket, it's lighting a fire. It's a current question in our schools: should we "teach to the test"…
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Guys

Written by Bob Wilcox
West End Players Guild Through 10/7/2007 Reviewed by Bob Wilcox The Guys is a play about 9/11. Perhaps "play" is the wrong word. Instead of a suspenseful plot, you have about a half dozen stories. These are stories about individuals who…
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Glass Menagerie

Written by Mark Bretz
Chesterfield Community Theatre Through 11/18/2007 Reviewed by Mark Bretz Playwright Tennessee Williams referred to his first major success, The Glass Menagerie, as a "memory play," and indicated that "memory takes much poetic license."
Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00

The Full Monty

Written by Kirsten Wylder
Stages St. Louis Through 8/19/2007 Reviewed by Kirsten Wylder When one is broke, and I mean dead broke, desperation can lead to extremes. If presented with the choice of losing the custody of your only child and, well, the alternative,…
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