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Sunday, 03 June 2012 12:05

Whizzing along with Aunt Augusta

Honestly, I’ve never seen anything quite like this essay writer wonderful adaption of the Graham Greene novel, Travels with My Aunt.

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Some local theater companies take great pride in the audacious, groundbreaking new theatrical experiments they produce, and rightly so. At ACT Inc., by contrast, the point of pride is in dusting off neglected gems from an earlier era and giving them respectful and sincere treatment and high production values. And in a hot St. Louis summer, it can be greatly refreshing to sit back and resonate with what our grandparents took for their light entertainment. And so, ladies and gentlemen, I give you ACT Inc’s production of George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber’s The Royal Family.

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Saturday, 04 June 2011 23:06

Kind Sir Crackles with Sophistication

There was no greater decade in American Theater than the 1950's, at least when it came to that woefully expired genre, the Sophisticated Comedy.

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