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Week of March 31, 2004

Tuesday, April 6

Unrequited love, vampires and another revival of 
Annie torment the theater critic (Joe Hanrahan) 
in St. Nicholas, Tuesday at McGurk's.
Todd Davis
Unrequited love, vampires and another revival of Annie torment the theater critic (Joe Hanrahan) in St. Nicholas, Tuesday at McGurk's.

The Midnight Company is taking theater out of the theater proper and bringing it to the people in a big way with its production of Conor McPherson's drama St. Nicholas. The one-man show (starring Joe Hanrahan, last seen as Beethoven in Midnight's The Hunchback Variations) plays at 7 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays in April (through April 20) at John D. McGurk's Irish Pub (1200 Russell Boulevard, 314-487-5305). The business-types call that synergy, but it's really just common sense. St. Nicholas is the story of a burned-out theater critic's unnatural obsession with a much-younger actress and said critic's spiral into an underworld of vampires; who's not going to need a nip or two while watching an Irish drama about an Irishman with a wretched love life and a monster problem? Tickets are $10, and reservations are recommended.

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