Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene.
The Black Rep moves Othello to New Orleans. Does Shakespeare survive the trip?
Ron Himes directs a funny and forceful Dance on Widow's Row.
Despite great performances, this one sinks.
Thanks for the memories: Dennis and Deanna break down 2006.
The Black Rep gives August Wilsonís King Hedley II the royal treatment
Much like AIDS, Before It Hits Home is still deadly after all these years
When bad plays happen to good theater companies
Javon Johnson's Cryin' Shame has its moments but goes on too long
The Black Rep assays August Wilson
Confusion and a cranky sound system undermine an innovative Oedipus
Samm-Art Williams' raucous comedy climaxes a bit too early, but the Black Rep delivers a success nonetheless
The Black Rep's Legends takes slightly erratic flight
Fences, St. Louis Black Repertory Company
By August Wilson (St. Louis Black Repertory Co.)
The Black Rep stages the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Fences