Insight’s ‘Shakespeare in Love’ Has Good Performances But Fails to Froth

By CB AdamsContributing WriterInsight Theatre Company’s current production of “Shakespeare In Love” is a play by Lee…

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Strong Women Productions Dominate St. Louis Theater Circle Awards

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Plays with substantial women roles were spotlighted at the seventh annual St.…

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The Rep’s ‘Oslo’ Pops With Personality, Sharp Dialogue

By Connie Bollinger Contributing Writer On Sept. 13, 1993, the representatives of two warring countries, sworn and…

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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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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 Rep’s “Born Yesterday” Is Funny, Empowering, Relevant

In 30 years, when “Born Yesterday” reaches its centennial anniversary, it could be just as empowering and…

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