MST’s ‘Well’ Examines Mother-and-Daughter Dynamics with Charm and Humor

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Unexpectedly charming and heartfelt, the experimental but relatable “Well” breaks the fourth…

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SATE’s Lively Cast Excels in ‘Classic Mystery Game’ Farce

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor With its grown-up allure, the board game “Clue” was never just child’s…

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Shakespeare Festival St. Louis to Present New ‘In the Works’ Program

Ben Nordstrom and Kari Ely will play opposite one another in “Into the Breeches!,” the headlining production…

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Bright Lights Column: Give My Regards to Broadway

Local actor-singer lands national tour, Tony-nominated local playwright ready for another Broadway go-round, managing editor Lynn Venhaus…

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Uproarious “Life Sucks” Features Compelling Cast at New Jewish Theatre

By Jeff Ritter Contributing Writer Russian playwright Anton Chekhov’s work has influenced everyone from James Joyce to…

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The Female Voice Roars At The 2018 ‘Aphra Behn Emerging Artists’ Festival’

Featuring a fun and smart collection of four plays, entirely written, directed and performed by very talented…

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Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble announces ‘Season of Entrapment’

SATE celebrates its twelfth year producing theatre in St. Louis with the Season of Entrapment. The 2018…

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