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  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published October 21, 2009

    Helver's Night Time seems to stand still in this harrowing 80-minute drama from Poland, that is receiving its U.S. premiere. Linda... More >>

  • Witness for the Persecution

    published October 14, 2009

    Finally, after nigh on 2,000 years, Judas Iscariot has retained adequate legal representation. It's a big day in Purgatory, as agnostic lawyer... More >>

  • Empire of the Son

    published October 14, 2009

    Jon Cournoyer's large-scale collages have taken on a darker cast in the past two years. The work in his new show, Empire of... More >>

  • Many Stories Has this House

    published October 14, 2009

    OnSite Theatre specializes in performing plays written for a specific location. The group has produced shows for a bowling alley, a photo studio... More >>

  • Shall We Play A Game?

    published October 14, 2009

    Andrew Wyke is a wealthy man thanks to his ongoing series of detective novels. He's invited young Milo Tindle to his country manor to discuss a... More >>

  • Whatsa Matter You?

    published October 14, 2009

    Junior Thibodeaux, as a developing fetus, is made aware of the world's impending obliteration, which will be delivered via comet. Junior's... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published October 14, 2009

    Conversations With My Father Set in a Canal Street bar, Herb Gardner's semi-autobiographical memory play (the last of Gardner's plays to... More >>

  • So Long, Orange Girls

    published Oct 08, 2009

    ​Wonder of the World, the final show of the Orange Girls' 2009 season, wraps up this weekend. It may also be the final show the Orange Girls ever produce. Still, while reviewers are calling the prod... More >>

  • Love Kills: Charlie Starkweather as Hopeless Romantic

    published Oct 08, 2009

    Editor's note published 10/21/09: New Line Theatre has canceled the remaining performances of Love Kills owing to "personal loss in the company."​Kyle Jarrow's Love Kills is a different sort of musi... More >>

  • Shaping the World

    published October 7, 2009

    Roberley Bell's artwork toys with the disconnect between how humanity perceives our control over the natural world. Her Flower Blobs,... More >>

  • Every Mother's Son

    published October 7, 2009

    The unnamed country in Ingmar Villqist's Helver's Night is perilously close to societal collapse. Helver, a boy in a man's body,... More >>

  • The Universal Language

    published October 7, 2009

    There are dozens of technical points, poses and rhythmic combinations in classical Indian dance that will escape the notice of the novice —... More >>

  • Speaking Out

    published October 7, 2009

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. You may believe that domestic violence doesn't affect you, and chances are, it doesn't. But there's... More >>

  • Viva Clemente

    published October 7, 2009

    Roberto Clemente Walker won the National League MVP award, two World Series with the Pittsburgh Pirates, twelve Gold Gloves and was the... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published October 7, 2009

    Also Reviewed Into the Woods Four years ago James Lapine, who wrote this perennially popular deconstruction of fairy... More >>

  • The Phantom Menace

    published September 30, 2009

    Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Phantom of the Opera is a modest little show of restraint and subdued dramatics. Nah, just kidding —... More >>

  • This Is Relaxing?

    published September 30, 2009

    Burt Hines, recovering nicely from his second heart attack, and his daughter Josie are ensconced in their Poconos vacation home; this, the summer... More >>

  • Pawnage

    published September 30, 2009

    For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn't there, the excessively-named current exhibit at the Contemporary... More >>

  • Let Every Dog Have this Day

    published September 30, 2009

    Tell your dog that this week's spreadsheets are gonna look a touch skimpy, and he'll most likely cock his head to the side and wag his tail, or... More >>

  • To Skip Work -- and Beyond

    published September 30, 2009

    You don't see too many double features advertised anymore. It's a pity, because there's nothing quite like the back-to-back movie experience to... More >>

  • Super-8 Is Super-Great

    published September 30, 2009

    People bitch about short attention spans now (thanks, Internet!), but the entertainment consuming audience has always preferred to skip to the... More >>

  • Paradise Saved

    published September 30, 2009

    The American Society of Botanical Artists exists not only to continue the respected tradition of accurately depicting plants with aesthetically... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published September 30, 2009

    Amadeus Thirty years after its sensational Broadway debut, Peter Shaffer's rococo account of jealousy, temptation and betrayal in the... More >>

  • Old Uncle Disturbed

    published September 23, 2009

    What the hell is going on in Fred Stonehouse's family album? The Wisconsin-based artist's new exhibition, Den of Secrets,... More >>

  • Seven Year Ditch

    published September 23, 2009

    After seven years of marriage, Cass has discovered something so shocking about her husband, Kip, that she dumps him and runs for Niagara Falls.... More >>

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