Jaunty and Joyous ‘Guys and Dolls’ Opens Revitalized Muny’s 101st Season

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Broadway’s glorious past merges with The Muny’s dazzling state-of-the-art present in “Guys…

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Act Inc.’s ‘Travels with My Aunt’ Proves It’s Not Easy Being – or Playing – Greene

By CB AdamsContributing Writer “Travels With My Aunt,” a 1969 novel by Graham Greene and adapted into…

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A Play in Two Parks – ‘Love’s Labors Lost’ a Comic Jewel at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

By Andrea BraunContributing WriterLove’s Labor’s Lost is a “play” in the strictest sense of the word, and…

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No Mansplaining Allowed – Opera Theatre’s Excellent ‘Rigoletto’ Still Relevant After All These Years

By CB AdamsContributing Writer In a cultural marketplace that is embracing new operatic works such as “The…

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‘Charlie Johnson’ Has Something to Say in Midnight Company’s Solo Show

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor In The Midnight Company’s charmer of a one-man show, “Charlie Johnson Reads…

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Talkin’ ‘Bout My Generation: New Line’s Fresh, Funny ‘Be More Chill’ Has Real Heart

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Every generation has a musical that captures the zeitgeist of the moment,…

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‘I Now Pronounce’: I Do, I Do, I Do Love This Production!

By Connie BollingerContributing Writer“I Now Pronounce,” directed by the New Jewish Theatre’s Edward Coffield, is a non-stop…

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Getting Churched – Black Rep’s ‘Nina Simone: Four Women’ Rages and Praises Its Way Through the Ruins

By CB AdamsContributing Writer During a weekend hyper-inflated with entertainments of mass distraction – in particular, the…

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Steamy ‘Night of the Iguana’ a Multi-Layered Masterpiece

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Desperation hangs thick in the air in Tennessee Williams’ richly detailed “The…

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Actresses Golden in TWF’s ‘A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur’

By Connie Bollinger Contributing Writer Set in 1930’s St. Louis, “A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur” tells…

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