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2005 Stories by Dennis Brown

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  • Toon It Up

    published March 16, 2005

    It must have seemed like a good idea at the time: a musical revue drawn from 74 years of mostly classic Disney movies. So what if the 1930 Mickey... More >>

  • Baby Got Back

    published March 9, 2005

    What would it take to persuade you to drive 120 miles to see a play? Here's one (purely subjective) answer: the prospect of revisiting a fond... More >>

  • Stephen Then

    published March 2, 2005

    Stephen Sondheim is known for working with the same actors time and again: Len Cariou in A Little Night Music and Sweeney Todd,... More >>

  • Who Is Sondheim?

    published March 2, 2005

    Do you know who Stephen Sondheim is? To devotees of musical theater, the question is absurd. Sondheim, who turns 75 later this month, is the... More >>

  • Love Vigilantes

    published March 2, 2005

    Prudes had best lock up their daughters and wives for the next four weeks. Jamie Lockhart, the dashing robber bridegroom, is headed our way. Jamie... More >>

  • Disney Diva

    published March 2, 2005

    Nowadays, most kids at age four are glued to the TV set, watching Disney movies. But when Kaitlin Hopkins was a tot, she was living the movies.... More >>

  • Jew Harps

    published February 23, 2005

    Don't be misled by the straight-arrow posture of the tyrant who dominates Israel Horovitz's Unexpected Tenderness, which is... More >>

  • Russian Roulette

    published February 16, 2005

    William Nicholson's The Retreat from Moscow, which currently is being given a crisp, clear and sympathetic hearing at the Repertory... More >>

  • Pique Performance

    published February 9, 2005

    A half-century ago, back in what is now known as The Golden Age of Television but which actually was more brassy than golden, millions of... More >>

  • Major League

    published February 2, 2005

    If it's January, it must be August Wilson. For years now, serious theatergoers have been able to rely on the Black Rep opening its season with one... More >>

  • Chilly con Carnage

    published January 26, 2005

    Bryony Lavery's Frozen is a chilling drama that probes a world about which, mercifully, most of us know little: pedophilia. At its... More >>

  • Long Days Journey

    published January 19, 2005

    Mario Farwell's The Last Days of Café Café is the latest offering from First Run Theatre, a local producing entity... More >>

  • Please Stop Cryin'

    published January 12, 2005

    The Saint Louis Black Repertory Company has opened its 28th season with Javon Johnson's entertaining, if overloaded, Cryin' Shame,... More >>

  • A Winter's Tail

    published January 12, 2005

    Not too long ago I received an e-mail query from someone who asked why I have so often use the same phrase -- "despite the limitations" -- in... More >>

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