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What is it about the music of Richard Wagner—a composer admittedly stained by insularity, prejudice, bitterness and resentment—that continues to tug at every fiber of the human heart?
Do artists control the characters that live in their minds, or are they controlled by them? Does our gender inhibit us or does it free our imagination? Can we be both the creator and the creature? Can the monster have…
With a focus on character development and the struggles of a tiny Wisconsin town, "The Spitfire Grill" is not your typical musical. It's a story of resilience and hope, yes, but it's also a nicely woven exploration of the fragile…
Thursday, 21 August 2014 00:18

'The Liar' is a madcap romantic romp

Written by Tina Farmer
Imagine, if you will, that 80's pop icons Cyndi Lauper and Adam Ant decided to write a French farce with the style and mannerisms of Moliere, and a splash of Andy Warhol's self-aware pop sensibility. The resulting colorful chaos would…
The MUNY Theater closes out its eight-week season with this classic American musical, and I don't imagine they could make a better choice. With hummable songs, witty dialogue and pratfalls aplenty, this is the type of show the MUNY excels…
Joe Hanrahan's The Midnight Company, known for its intimate productions and one-man shows, delivers another satisfying work with its production of selected monologues by Eric Bogosian in "Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll." The show feels fright at home in the…
Act Two, a community theater company in St. Peters, is to be commended for the ambitious productions they produce, as well as an attention to detail and character development. Though not quite to the level of a professional company, they…
Tuesday, 05 August 2014 14:22

Faith Prince charms at The Sheldon

Written by Katie McGrath
Faith Prince launched the 2014 season of the St. Louis Cabaret Project weekend with great presence and charm at The Sheldon on July 30.
The MUNY's current production of "Grease" is light, frothy, nostalgic fun. The music has the snappy, upbeat feel of early rock, and the dancing, costumes and vernacular dialogue are evocative of the period.
Max and Louie Productions' staging of Doug Wright's "Quills" is a deliciously inventive play weighing our decidedly human fascination with social and sexual mores against the lengths society will go to in the attempt to stifle the works of artists…
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