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Monday, 13 September 2010 17:03

Linda Purl: Come Rain or Come Shine

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
If the opening night crowd for Come Rain or Come Shine was not quite as large as Cabaret St. Louis would have liked, it might have been due to some lukewarm reviews the show got earlier this year in New York.…
Friday, 03 September 2010 13:45

Dozens of Plays, Freshly Drawn and Quartered

Written by Emily Piro
Are you a virgin? If you have not yet seen the Immediacy Theater Project's (ITP) evening of shenanigans that is Drawn & Quartered, then the answer is "yes" - in the same way that those naive to the world of…
Monday, 30 August 2010 21:34

Crumbs From the Table of Joy

Written by Andrea Braun
Playwright Lynn Nottage was born in 1964, and published Crumbs From the Table of Joy which is set in 1950 in 1995. So, the play is a young woman's perspective of a crucial time in Black American history through which she…
Thursday, 26 August 2010 17:11

Listen Closely to "An Ideal Husband"

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To perform an Oscar Wilde play and do it justice is no easy task; but to do a Readers Theater production of an Oscar Wilde play is a far greater challenge, and one in which Soundstage Productions most notably attempts…
Tuesday, 24 August 2010 12:47

Pikovaya Dama (The Queen of Spades)

Written by Steve Callahan
Scott Schoonover's Union Avenue Opera continues to offer quite sterling productions in its uniquely intimate venue. The collection of voices in Pikovaya Dama is among the very best I've heard in the many years I've been enjoying this company's fine work.…
Wednesday, 18 August 2010 17:37

That Championship Season

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In 1972, actor/playwright Jason Miller opened his off-Broadway production of That Championship Season. Heralded as one of the year's best, Miller's play went on to receive a Tony Award as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1973. What made That…
Monday, 16 August 2010 13:05

Let There Be Thistles

Written by Steve Callahan
“Let there be Light!” And there was no light. (Repeat.) It will be a delight for any reviewer, pro or con, to write about St. Louis playwright Joshua Thomas' new work that premiered Friday at the Marble Stage—it's so full…
Thursday, 12 August 2010 12:44

Jason Graae and Liz Callaway

Written by Steve Callahan
Callaway and Graae, whose careers are bespangled with Broadway credits, gave a bang-up opening Thursday to a series of evenings produced by the St. Louis Cabaret Conference—a training program which is largely responsible for the recent rapid rise in visibility…
Wednesday, 04 August 2010 17:28


Written by Bob Wilcox
Footloose turns almost surreal at times as the irrational cruelties pile up on poor Ren McCormack, newly arrived in little, backward Bomont from big, hip Chicago. His life is a nightmare, an adolescent paranoid fantasy - until the nightmare turns…
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 17:21

The Aristocats

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
Call it brio, chutzpah or pizzazz. Cats have attitude! That's why felines have nuzzled their way into so many cartoon roles from Felix to Top Cat to Garfield. It's not surprising that the folks at Disney developed an animated musical…
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