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Monday, 18 October 2010 10:53

Three into two won't go

Written by Andrea Braun
As it happened, the highlight of Three Men and a Baby. . . Grand! was a provided by pianist John Boswell when he had the audience shout out song titles. He wrote them on a list, then performed a medley…
Friday, 15 October 2010 01:00

Dead and (I'm) loving it

Written by Andrea Braun
So, there are these five college students who go to a remote cabin in the woods for spring break. Sound familiar yet? Ash (Gregory Cuellar) and his girlfriend, Linda (Julie Venegoni), his sister, Cheryl (Anna Skidis), his best friend Scott…
Wednesday, 13 October 2010 17:22

Another Hit for Echo Theatre Company with Another Home Invasion

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Some consider playwright Joan MacLeod to be a champion of the underdog, producing plays that give voice to those typically silenced or underrepresented within Western society. And while MacLeod develops characters who share vivid and powerful stories, she creates some…
Upstream's new production of Oedipus King is an intimate affair. The 70 seat Kranzberg black box is a far cry from a Greek amphitheater, but Philip Boehm has taken this change of venue and directed a simple and subtle production…
Monday, 11 October 2010 01:00

Asher Lev's leap to stage falls short

Written by Bob Wilcox
My Name Is Asher Lev has been adapted for the stage by Aaron Posner from the novel of the same name by Chaim Potok. But it hasn't been adapted enough.
Tuesday, 12 October 2010 01:00

No turkey at Mamet's White House this Thanksgiving

Written by Bob Wilcox
In November, playwright David Mamet has written a farce about American politics. Mamet always puts comic moments in his plays, but those plays usually stay within hailing distance of recognizable reality. November certainly presents recognizable elements of the American processes…
Monday, 11 October 2010 15:49

Almost perfect in Almost, Maine

Written by Steve Callahan
St. Louis University offers such a spectrum of fine theatre! Last May I thrilled to their dark, weighty expressionist Machinal. Last week I delighted in their production of a play that's as light and insignificant as a snowflake. Almost Maine,…
Universities are generally a wonderful source of drama that you can't see anywhere else. They're undaunted by large casts or complex technical demands or even by box-office considerations. They can do a play simply because it's great. Webster Conservatory's latest…
Friday, 01 October 2010 10:47

St. Louis Shakespeare sails through The Tempest

Written by Bob Wilcox
He conjures storms, renders his enemies defenseless, creates Hollywood spectacles out of thin air, and even arranges for a handsome prince to fall in love with his daughter. Marvel Comics should create such a superhero.
Tuesday, 05 October 2010 10:20

New Line Theatre jazzes up I Love My Wife

Written by Bob Wilcox
Having showcased their badness with Love Kills and The Wild Party, Scott Miller and his New Line Theatre, self-christened “The Bad Boy of St. Louis Theatre,” have decided to back off and just be a little naughty with their current…
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