Dennis gazes back admiringly at St. Louis theater's year that was.
Muddy Waters earns a bravo! New Jewish, not so much.
Wendy Kesselman's updated Diary of Anne Frank script is no longer new.
Muddy Waters mounts a classic on a shoestring. The Rep...doesn't.
Muddy Waters' Crucible doesn't burn bright enough.
The Rep knows how to celebrate an anniversary.
She designs the duds that make the OSTL sing
Take a ride with The Tempest's wizard
Week of April 6, 2005
The daughter of a hippie recluse grows to see the world her own way
It's homecoming week for two St. Louis-born theater luminaries
The Crucible and Marat/Sade resonate anew in the Lou
Steven Woolf dishes on the Rep's repertoire
Washington U. honors the playwright formerly known as Tom
Week of December 10, 2003
Shakespeare sings, but The Left Hand doesn't
Week of December 18, 2002
Arthur Miller's daughter Rebecca comes into her own with Personal Velocity
Schnider's timing is right-on, and Russo's Petruchio is assured
Americans have always been suckers for a good witch hunt
Week of November 14, 2001
The Goodman Theatre's Death of a Salesman is stunning
By Bertolt Brecht (University Theatre at SIU-Edwardsville)
By Edward Albee; Directed by Steven Woolf (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
By William Shakespeare (St. Louis Shakespeare Co.)
By Arthur Miller (St. Louis Shakespeare Company)
The Cruise takes us on a breathless tour of NYC and the whirligig mind of guide Timothy "Speed" Levitch