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  • Big Screen St. Louis

    published July 18, 2007

    Cinephilia and homer-eroticism come together this week, as the seventh annual St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase fires up the projector Saturday... More >>

  • Big Screen St. Louis

    published July 18, 2007

    Cinephilia and homer-eroticism come together this week, as the seventh annual St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase fires up the projector Saturday... More >>

  • The Hunger Artists

    published July 18, 2007

    It’s a well-known fact in art circles that most artists feel they do their best work on empty stomachs. The whole “suffering for my... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published July 18, 2007

    An American Daughter This decade-old talkathon by Wendy Wasserstein plays out in the Georgetown home of a dedicated physician (Mary... More >>

  • Lap Dance with the Devil

    published July 18, 2007

    There's a terrible moment of tremendous fear in the first five minutes of Say You Love Satan that you must force yourself to sit... More >>

  • Cobain In Bloom

    published July 18, 2007

    Kurt Cobain has long since shuffled off this mortal coil, entering into the pantheon of Rock Legends immediately upon the discovery of his... More >>

  • WWRJDD?

    published Jun 20, 2007

    Hail and well-met, boon companion. Welcome to the debut installment of What Would Ronnie James Dio Do?, an advice column for the fantasy-loving, dragon-hugging, role-playing-game-enjoying-metal heads ... More >>

  • The Geddy Lee Chronicles, Episode I

    published Jun 20, 2007

    On August 24, 2007, Rush, Canada’s greatest intelligent rock band returns to St. Louis. In honor of yet another visit by Alex, Neil and Geddy, let us turn back the clock to that moment when Rush ear... More >>

  • The Apotheosis of America As Seen Through Cataracts of Blood

    published Jun 20, 2007

    Thoughts on Pig Destroyer's Phantom Limb America’s greatest export is violence. We produce it around the clock and ship it anywhere, any time, no questions asked. It comes in a variety of colors an... More >>

  • Stage Capsules

    published June 20, 2007

    Anything Goes Summer stock is alive and well in Rolla. An array of appealing young actors buoys Cole Porter's perennially popular shipboard... More >>

  • Stage Capsules

    published June 13, 2007

    Anna Karenina Colin Graham's 56th world-premiere opera production was his last — the long-time artistic director of Opera Theatre of... More >>

  • 2007 RFT Music Showcase

    published May 30, 2007

    My second day in St. Louis after moving here to become the RFT's music editor happened to coincide with the 2005 Music Awards presentation... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 16, 2007

    The Dance on Widow's Row Four widows seek to jump-start their love lives by throwing a party for the town's most eligible bachelors: It'd... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published May 2, 2007

    A Clockwork Orange This stage telling of Anthony Burgess' 1962 novella is enough to make you want to beat your groody in strack. As mounted... More >>

  • Black Rep's Dance Is Fine Romance

    published May 2, 2007

    I am the worst possible audience for Samm-Art Williams' The Dance on Widow's Row. The play is a comedy about a quartet of... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published April 25, 2007

    A Clockwork Orange Reviewed in this issue. Baby with the... More >>

  • Plan 9 Is A-1

    published April 25, 2007

    Get out the graph paper and the slide rule — this gets complicated. From the 1950s through the '70s, Ed Wood Jr. made movies on a shoestring... More >>

  • Sweet Sor Juana

    published April 18, 2007

    House of Desires, the Washington University Performing Arts Department's spring production, opens with a silent bang: As a small... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published April 11, 2007

    Gem of the Ocean The Black Rep has assembled a heavyweight cast that's experienced in performing the plays of August Wilson, but not even... More >>

  • Tuskegee Airman Lewis Lynch: An appreciation.

    published April 11, 2007

    On December 8, 1941, America entered World War II. Thousands of young men rushed to enlist and join the war effort — even blacks, who were... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published March 28, 2007

    Hamlet A Hamlet produced and directed by Jason Cannon, and starring Jason Cannon. Might this be the vanity theater production of all... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published March 21, 2007

    The Baltimore Waltz Paula Vogel's 80-minute assault on fear tells a surreal tale about a prim elementary school teacher (Michelle Hand) who... More >>

  • Hamlet in Extremis

    published March 21, 2007

    As one of the great male roles in all of theater, Hamlet demands quite a bit from any actor who portrays him. Every production of Hamlet... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published March 14, 2007

    The Baltimore Waltz. Reviewed in this issue.. ... More >>

  • Capsule Reviews

    published March 7, 2007

    Antony and Cleopatra Reviewed in this... More >>

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