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The Webster Conservatory has revived Craig Lucas’ fantastical little comedy, "Reckless", from 1983.  We find Rachel, a pretty young wife and mother, experiencing an attack of euphoria on Christmas Eve.   Rachel (as more than one critic has said) is something…
Sunday, 30 March 2014 12:06

'Betrayal'-Pinter at his purest

Written by Steve Callahan
Harold Pinter is one of the few playwrights who have become adjectives: you know, like “Shakespearean”, “Shavian”, “Chekhovian”, “Brechtian”.  We so easily say “Pinteresque” to convey that sense of muted menace seeping through the cracks of mundane detail in his…
That Uppity Theatre Company and VITAL Voice recently presented their third annual "Briefs:a Festival of Short LGBT Plays" La Perla. The show's run performed to sold out audiences every matinee and evening, a testament to the production's growing popularity and…
"Never Mind the Why and Wherefore" is still merrily dancing and skipping in my ear.   Will I ever get it out?   Why in the world would I want to?
The Rep has opened that hilarious backstage slap-stick sex-farce, "Noises Off".  This amazing play by Michael Frayn has left audiences breathless with laughter since 1982 when it won both the Olivier and the Evening Standard awards for Best Comedy.  With…
The New Jewish Theatre's presentation of "The Price" is an artfully staged, well-acted production that fully embraces the essential themes of playwright Arthur Miller. There's layered intention in every line and the cast, with strong, purposeful direction from Bruce Longworth,…
Sunday, 23 March 2014 12:01

Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll

Written by Tina Farmer
The writers and producers of "We Will Rock You" are bringing down the house at the Fabulous Fox with a fitting tribute to the rock band Queen's enduring popularity that is also an incredibly good time.
Friday, 21 March 2014 06:52

An ode to the emerging feminist

Written by Tina Farmer
Kate Chopin's seminal "The Awakening" is a deeply powerful, ground-breaking novel that explores one woman's emergence as a fully independent self. One of the first works of feminism, it manages to remain fresh and poignantly insightful. In dramatic form, it…
Friday, 21 March 2014 06:42

A lesson of love, longing and modern geometry

Written by Tina Farmer
Adam Rapp's "Red Light Winter" is an exploration of a contemporary love triangle and, frankly, every bit as compelling as a car wreck or sensationalized celebrity crime scene. Watching the play unfold is at times uncomfortable, and occasionally disturbing, but…
In his director's notes for "Soups, Stews, and Casseroles: 1976," Seth Gordon notes that the play "asks questions that are important for us to contemplate and then leave us to work it out in the end. I've heard many an…
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Karate Bikini - A Simpler Sugar

Wed November 26
Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…