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The second half of St. Louis Actors' Studio's "LaBute New Theater Festival," hits another high note. The five plays presented examine the nature of human relationships, and the dances we go through in order to start and preserve those that…
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 14:03

'Moon Over Buffalo' shines in St. Louis

Written by Steve Callahan
Insight Theatre has opened a solidly entertaining production of Ken Ludwig’s “Moon Over Buffalo.”
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine give fairytales a clever musical score, along with an abundance of whimsy and a gentle moral, in the tuneful, imaginative "Into the Woods." Already high on the list of Sondheim's popular musicals, the production is…
Similar to "St. Nicholas," The Midnight Company's production of Conor McPherson's "The Good Thief," running through July 25, 2015 at Herbie's Vintage '72, introduces us to a not altogether unlikable bloke with a very interesting story to tell. Whereas the…
Thursday, 23 July 2015 16:34

Everything glows in 'Anything Goes'

Written by Steve Callahan
WOW!!!  “Anything Goes” has opened at Stages St. Louis, and it is simply stunning!   Every song, every character, every step, every gesture, every tiny comic bit is perfect!  Every single moment of this show is a delight.
Thornton Wilder. He just gets better with the years. Wilder was the author of “Our Town” (which everyone from here to Mars has seen) and of “The Matchmaker,” which became “Hello Dolly!” (and everyone from here to Pluto has seen…
Darkly comic and nearly equally as unsettling, "The Killing of Sister George," presumably relates the sad story of the death of a beloved radio character. Under this pretense the audience is offered an at times too intimate look at a…
If there's one thing the Midnight Company's artistic director and principle actor Joe Hanrahan knows, it's how to find and interpret interesting characters with good stories to tell. The remarkable part about this is that Hanrahan has been creating these…
In 1959, at the age of 22 and just as his career was taking off and stardom seemed assured, influential songwriter and rock and roll pioneer Buddy Holly died tragically in a plane crash. The MUNY's current production of "Buddy:…
From the moment that Scott Schoonover raised his baton to invoke that incredible athletic overture it was re-confirmed to me that "Don Giovanni" is indeed the zenith of 18th Century opera. 
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