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    St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published October 20, 2011

    Newly Reviewed More >>

  • Love Among the Dead

    published September 29, 2011

    Beloved for its pop culture references, its fusion of genuine horror and romantic comedy tropes and its use of the music of Queen, Simon Pegg and... More >>

  • Game On, Flames Off

    published September 29, 2011

    Hockey's back and hopes are high, as they always are in St. Louis around this time of year. Sure, we still don't have that ownership situation... More >>

  • Will He or Won't She?

    published September 8, 2011

    Victoria Grant is trying to break into the opera biz as a soprano, but there's no reality TV yet because it's the 1930s, and so she's starving in... More >>

  • A Royal Production

    published September 22, 2011

    Shakespeare's Henry V presented staging problems right from the beginning, what with its scenes in England and France, huge battles... More >>

  • Looking Good

    published September 22, 2011

    Greg's a working-class guy who just made the deadliest mistake of his life: He casually mentioned to a friend that a new female employee at the... More >>

  • Macht Mit Der Party

    published September 29, 2011

    Some people eagerly welcome the arrival of October because of Halloween and all the candy. The rest of us look forward to October for another... More >>

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    There Has to Be a Twist: Stray Dog Theatre's production of The Who's Tommy never tilts at all

    published October 13, 2011

    If you go to see Stray Dog Theatre's production of The Who's Tommy — and let's get it right up front that you should do... More >>

  • Q and You

    published September 22, 2011

    Filmmaker Larry Cohen took the well-worn premise of the buddy-cop movie and married it to the classic sci-fi "giant monster" trope and got... More >>

  • Growing Up In Print

    published September 22, 2011

    John Porcellino's long running comic book, King Cat, is unique among semi-autobiographical indy comics in that it's evolved with its... More >>

  • Artist Appreciation

    published August 25, 2011

    The artist Mark Rothko is having a rough go of it. He has to simultaneously finish a commission for the Four Seasons and break in a new assistant,... More >>

  • Time Heals No Wounds

    published September 15, 2011

    Becca and Howie are having a difficult time relating to one another these days. It's been eight months since their four-year-old son was killed,... More >>

  • Nothing But Big Hits

    published August 25, 2011

    Graffiti has evolved from being the nuisance on the walls to being appreciated as legitimate artistic expression, at least in the eyes of the... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published October 6, 2011

    Newly Reviewed More >>

  • Hal Goes It: St. Louis Shakespeare hits Henry V out of the park

    published October 6, 2011

    Henry V is a big, sweeping play about political machinations, the forging of an English national identity and the moment when the... More >>

  • Blast Off

    published September 15, 2011

    After delving into the creepy corners of River City with its first comic book anthology, Spirits of St. Louis, and then getting criminally... More >>

  • Monday Night Mirth

    published September 15, 2011

    From your Monday morning vantage point, everything is uphill. You haven't put a dent in your 40 hours yet, that pile of urgent crap on your desk... More >>

  • Take A Bite Of St. Louis

    published September 15, 2011

    Break out your roomiest pants: Taste of St. Louis is open for business. From Friday through Sunday (September 23 through 25), everybody who... More >>

  • Wolf Fest 2011

    published September 15, 2011

    You may not think you have anything in common with the packs of Mexican gray wolves that roam the Southwest on both sides of the border, but you'd... More >>

  • A Weill Evening

    published September 15, 2011

    Kurt Weill is remembered for his bitter, cynical songs, but it's important to note he only wrote the music; the words always came from a lyricist.... More >>

  • Essen und Trinken

    published September 8, 2011

    It may only be mid-September, but it's never too early to begin rounding into Oktoberfest shape. Tonight the Stable hosts an Oktoberfest German... More >>

  • Hop To It

    published September 8, 2011

    The greatest success of the craft beer movement is not that these brewers provide a tasty alternative to the mass-barrel brewers; no, it's that... More >>

  • The Rites are All Right

    published September 8, 2011

    How prescient does David Robertson look now? Choosing to open the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra's 2011 season with two evenings (Friday... More >>

  • A Panel of Panel Experts

    published September 8, 2011

    If you have even a passing interest in modern illustration and/or comic book art, plan to hit up the Homegrown Comic Jam tonight from 7 to... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published September 22, 2011

    Newly Reviewed More >>

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