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2000 Stories by Brian Hohlfeld

Archives: 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1998
  • Ghost Story

    published December 13, 2000

    At the New Jewish Theatre, director F. Reed Brown has mounted a strong production of Born Guilty, a flawed but searing piece adapted... More >>

  • Old-Growth Forest

    published December 6, 2000

    In the Webster University Conservatory of Theatre Arts production of As You Like It, director Bruce Longworth (also head of the... More >>

  • Pop Fiction

    published November 22, 2000

    Popcorn, adapted by Ben Elton from his own novel, is a weird-ass, risky, wild ride of a show, at once an absurd farce about Hollywood and a... More >>

  • Hey, Jealousy

    published November 22, 2000

    Equity guest artist Robert Mitchell plays the title role in Othello, the season--closer at the St. Louis Shakespeare Company. Mitchell's... More >>

  • Dim Leight

    published November 1, 2000

    Warren Leight's semiautobiographical Side Man, the 1999 Tony Award winner for best play, is set in the jazz world of postwar... More >>

  • Loose Connections

    published October 25, 2000

    City Players is up and running again, taking the kind of risks community theater can and should take, and it's a welcome return. The company's... More >>

  • Sound and Fury

    published October 18, 2000

    If you're one of those people who has given up on live theater as anachronistic and boring or if, on the other hand, you cherish theater that not... More >>

  • Female Transport

    published October 4, 2000

    Female Transport, by Steve Gooch, is not much of a play, but its future on university stages is assured because it provides what every... More >>

  • A Chorus Line

    published September 20, 2000

    Stages St. Louis closes its 2000 season with A Chorus Line, a 25-year-old show that now qualifies as a period piece. The giant dance mirror... More >>

  • Visiting Mr. Green

    published September 20, 2000

    A two-person play is a difficult undertaking for all involved. Take Jeff Baron's Visiting Mr. Green, making its regional premiere at the... More >>

  • The Merry Wives of Windsor

    published August 30, 2000

    In its publicity materials, the St. Louis Shakespeare Company calls its current production, The Merry Wives of Windsor, an "Elizabethan... More >>

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