Aschs to Ashes: Max and Louie’s Brilliant ‘Indecent’

By Andrea BraunContributing WriterIndecent (2017) by Paula Vogel tells the story of a play written by the…

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

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Mustard Seed’s Reprise of ‘All Is Calm’ Strongest One Yet

By Andrea Braun Contributing Writer “Last night I had the strangest dream I ever had before. I…

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Mommy’s Home! The Rep’s ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ Is Clever Re-imagining

By Andrea Braun Contributing Writer It’s difficult to see Nora Helmer, protagonist of A Doll’s House by…

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‘My Yiddishe Mama’ and Me: ‘Raging Skillet’ at New Jewish Theatre

By Andrea Braun Contributing Writer You haven’t lived until you’ve celebrated the Passover Seder in a camper…

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A Few Good Performances but Mostly ‘King Charles III’ is Royal Pain

By Andrea Braun Contributing Writer “King Charles III” by Mike Bartlett is set in the indeterminate future…

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Faith Put on Trial in David Ives’ Engrossing ‘New Jerusalem’

  By Andrea Braun Contributing Reviewer Imagine you’re a Jew in Amsterdam in the mid-17th century. You…

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