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This past Saturday (June 27th, 2015) was the last day of the St. Lou Fringe Festival and, by sheer coincidence, also the best one as far as the shows I saw went. Better yet, three of the four I saw were by local groups.

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Music at the Intersection showcases over 50 local bands in eight venues over three Friday nights this Summer, and it's all free.

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In this first of a series of dispatches from the St. Lou Fringe Festival, we talk of top spinning, tap dancing, and toxic masculinity—a classic example of just how diverse the Fringe can be.

Published in Theater Reviews
Wednesday, 28 January 2015 21:27

Tours

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The St. Louis Folk & Roots Festival returns September 25-28 to Grand Center. With a full schedule and lineup, the festival promises to be packed with great music and activities for all.

Published in Inside KDHX
Monday, 23 June 2014 23:23

St. Lou Fringe 2014: The Hits

I have been a big supporter of the St. Lou Fringe festival since its inception three years ago.  This year I was out of town for most of the festival’s run (June 18-22), so I only got to six events.  Rather than writing a review of each one, I have decided put them into three groups: hits, misses, and flops (a.k.a. “I want my 45 minutes back”).  We’ll start with the hits.

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Circus Flora's "The Pawn" is the strongest show they've done in years. The unifying concept—a chess game—provides a simple, easily understood thread to link the various acts and doesn't require a lot of narration.

Published in Theater Reviews
Thursday, 29 August 2013 00:00

Gimme shelter

My friend the playwright/producer Joan Lipkin (of That Uppity Theatre Company fame) once remarked that theatre in St. Louis was mostly about real estate. What she meant was that there are far more theatre companies in town than there are spaces in which they can perform.

After a joyous set at this year's LouFest, the semi-local (from Springfield, Missouri) Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin came back to town to close out the Thursdays at the Intersection series.

Published in Music News

The sixth annual Dancing in the Street festival took place on Saturday, September 29th in Grand Center, where three stages showcased a diversity of dance styles from around the world.

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