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What happens when a child is imaginative and bright in ways that challenge social norms? Should the child be coached to emphasize or hide personality traits or behaviors deemed by some to be socially inappropriate? At what age do these…
As the global economy begins to rebuild after the recent economic recession, a lot of people who once considered themselves comfortable are finding it difficult to rebound. Max & Louie's United States premiere of the Irish play "Chancers," by Robert…
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 17:48

Love has no age limit in 'Rembrandt’s Gift'

Written by Tina Farmer
It is not uncommon to see a romantic comedy that features a love-triangle even one in which an historic figure come to life in modern times. It is, however, considerably less common that the three characters involved are well past…
Sunday, 26 October 2014 14:57

Antonio Rodriguez packs the Gaslight

Written by Steve Callahan
It was an adoring crowd that filled the Gaslight Theatre—a surprisingly large crowd for a singer who has no history in cabaret.
Mabel Mercer Award–winning cabaret artist Steve Ross has a long and happy relationship with St. Louis, going back to the early days of the Grandel Cabaret Series. He was one of the first performers to be featured by Jim Dolan's…
Saturday, 25 October 2014 00:09

'Dirty Dancing' at the Fox: It's just like the movie!

Written by Bob Wilcox
I have a list of movies that should not have been made into stage musicals. I haven't seen the movie of “Dirty Dancing,” but my friends who were at the opening of the stage version at the Fox and have…
Thursday, 23 October 2014 01:04

There's something about 'Much Ado About Nothing'

Written by Tina Farmer
St. Louis Shakespeare warms up fall with a breezy, optimistic interpretation of one of Shakespeare's most popular romantic comedies. Set in Italy at the end of World War II, this version is bubbly and cheerful, filled with a hopeful tone…
Thursday, 23 October 2014 00:11

'Anon(ymous)' puts a modern spin on Homer

Written by Bob Wilcox
Naomi Iizuka wrote “Anon(ymous)” for a children's theatre. She tells the story of a young man who was separated from his mother as they were escaping the violence in their native land.
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 23:52

'Rocky Horror Show' is not your usual family theatre

Written by Bob Wilcox
With its skimpy costumes and abundant references in word and deed to sex of various kinds, “The Rocky Horror Show” might seem an unlikely choice for a group calling themselves Family Musical Theater. But someone who first saw “Rocky Horror”…
What's the essence of cabaret? Partly it's what my friend Ken Haller (no mean cabaret artist himself) calls the art of telling stories through song. But equally essential, as Karen Mason's show demonstrates, are the arrangements used to tell those…
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