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Cabaret: Stray Dog Theatre offers a bold and mesmerizing retelling of Germany between wars

A crushing sense of regret, heartrending yet inevitable, surfaces midway through the second act of Cabaret, John Kander and Fred Ebb's prize musical about a doomed nightclub singer in the… More >>

Carmon Colangelo: Exhibit at Bruno David Gallery explores the beauty of atmospheric chaos

In his seventh solo exhibition at the Bruno David Gallery, Carmon Colangelo has produced two bodies of work, Storms and Post Storms, a turbulent pair of exhibits that explores environmental… More >>

William Shearburn Gallery: An acclaimed St. Louis dealer re-enters the ever-shifting art market

Since closing his eponymous gallery in the spring of 2012, William Shearburn has been something of a question mark punctuating any talk of the city's commercial gallery scene. Shearburn had… More >>

Romeo and Juliet: St. Louis Shakespeare's labored delivery makes for real tragedy

One of the perennial challenges theater companies face when mounting Shakespeare's iconic Romeo and Juliet is this: How do you present a play that is read by nearly every high… More >>

Noises Off: The Rep's farce-within-a-farce makes for damn funny theater

"That's what it's all about," Lloyd Dallas, the philandering theater director tells his hapless cast in the frenzied first lines of Michael Frayn's farce-within-a-farce, Noises Off. "Doors and sardines. Getting… More >>

The Price: New Jewish Theatre takes an Arthur Miller drama to new heights

"With used furniture you cannot be emotional," Gregory Solomon, an estate appraiser in Arthur Miller's The Price tells Victor Franz, the no-nonsense cop who has summoned him to valuate his… More >>

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