The Aquila Theatre returns again to the Edison with Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac. Despite its many good qualities I was disappointed in this solid but strange production.
A bloody uprising is revisited.Upstream Theatre brings us "Conversations with an Executioner". A Nazi general and a Polish Resistance fighter face each other in a shared prison cell.
What gets under under your skin? Perhaps that loner you inexplicably love? Perhaps a strong, thought-provoking play that won't leave your mind alone? Or perhaps it's...burrowing blood-sucking aphids?
All cultures have a dance like this. In French it’s called ”la ronde”, in German “der Reigen”. In English it’s a “round dance”—that graceful swirling changing of partners around a circle until at last one finds oneself saying, “Hello Again.”
For thousands of years gemstones have been mounted in artistic settings—the purpose being to enhance the beauty of the stone itself.
The Black Mirror Theatre Company has opened Becket’s Krapp’s Last Tape. The venue is an odd one for live theatre—a small letterpress print-shop. And the theatre company is a brand new one. That’s a tempting combination for me!
Deanna Jent's wonderful new play, Falling, is having its premiere at the Mustard Seed Theatre—and it's the most powerful, moving new play I've seen in years. Luckily the fates are giving you another chance to see it: the run has been extended through September 18. You’ll not want to miss it.
St. Louis audiences are being treated to a lovely feast of John Patrick Shanley. After a surfeit of his popular play, Doubt, in recent years we have, in the past two weeks, been invited to take stimulating sips from Shanley's earlier works. Pat upon the closing of Non-Prophet's splendid Danny and the Deep Blue Sea we have the fine offering of Savage in Limbo by the On Site Theatre Company.
Upstream Theatre has opened a production of The Death of Atahualpa at the Kranzberg. It's a world premiere of a traditional folk-play from Peru, and it's another in the lengthening series of fascinating works that is making Upstream my favorite company in town. But there are some significant problems with this new piece
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