Ahh, Those Sweet, Tragic Birds of Youth: Union Avenue Takes on ‘La Boheme’ Once More, with Aplomb

By C.B. AdamsContributing Writer It is tempting to explore the modern cultural significance of Puccini’s La Bohéme.…

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New Plays Debut at LaBute Festival This Month

St. Louis Actors’ Studio will produce the 7th LaBute New Theater Festival. The Theater Festival will run…

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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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Shepard’s Brilliant ‘True West’ Blazes in Gritty St. Louis Actors’ Studio Production

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Menace is in the air as a tempestuous sibling rivalry escalates in…

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STLAS’ ‘Little Foxes’ Powerful Drama Resonates in Modern Times

By Bradley Rohlf Contributing Writer St. Louis Actors’ Studio presents a powerful staging of “The Litttle Foxes,”…

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Union Avenue Opera’s Towering ‘Nabucco’ Flies on Golden Wings

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor For the St. Louis premiere of Guiseppe Verdi’s Biblical epic “Nabucco,” Union…

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‘End of the Rainbow’ Stunning, Intimate Look at Judy Garland’s Legacy

By Bradley Rohlf Contributing Writer Max & Louie’s production of Peter Quilter’s “End of the Rainbow” is…

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