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A sweet and funny holiday confection for the whole family!

Published in Theater Reviews
Saturday, 21 April 2012 21:28

As You Like It: Not the Way I LIke It

There’s nothing I love more than seeing young people participate in live theater, and I have a real soft spot for the works of Shakespeare. So I looked forward to experiencing Washington University’s production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

Published in Theater Reviews
Sunday, 26 February 2012 23:43

A tall glass of comedy

The Washington University Ovations Series continued its 2011–2012 offerings with a performance by The Water Coolers, a company based in New York.

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For thousands of years gemstones have been mounted in artistic settings—the purpose being to enhance the beauty of the stone itself. 

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The Washington University Ovations Series continued its 2010–2011 offerings with a performance of 500 Clown Frankenstein, by 500 Clown, a theatrical group out of Chicago. Taking over the University's Edison Theatre for two nights--the first night with their take on Macbeth, and the second with Frankenstein--the company offered the audience physical tomfoolery, flights of fancy, strange and inventive costumes, unlikely situations, faux physical abuse, and, in a word, nonsense. The results were interesting. Interesting, but not necessarily entertaining.

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