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Jon Rafman: Artist creates a disturbing image of the Internet at Contemporary Art Museum

As staff at the Contemporary Art Museum has busied themselves lately crafting cat puns, flooding social media with cat videos and shamelessly making the rounds to worry — publicly —… More >>

LaBute Festival returns with a mostly entertaining collection of new plays

Now in its second year, the LaBute New Theater Festival continues to show promise as a showcase for new works by both emerging and seasoned playwrights. Presented by the St.… More >>

The Addams Family Muny show will leave you laughing, rarely toe-tapping

Of all the surprises that come bubbling to the surface in The Addams Family, the rambling, crowd-pleasing, knowing musical that opened this week at the Muny, perhaps the biggest shocker… More >>

La Traviata: Union Avenue Opera delivers a knockout performance of Verdi's classic

An inspired moment arrives at the beginning of Act Three in Union Avenue Opera's superb rendition of Giuseppe Verdi's La Traviata, when the consumptive courtesan, Violetta, her chance at love… More >>

Cleaned-up version of Porgy and Bess hits most the high notes

Despite everyone who braved the thunderclouds on opening night of the touring version of The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, there was simply no getting around it: The Muny felt a… More >>

Michael Jantzen's malleable architecture defies convention

Working at the intersection of art and architecture, Michael Jantzen has made a career out of inventing fantastical structures that reimagine the built environment, challenging viewers to rethink age-old structures… More >>

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