Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene.
Whatever the part, J. Samuel Davis acts it.
Reviews by Dennis Brown, Paul Friswold and Deanna Jent
Despite great performances, this one sinks.
Thanks for the memories: Dennis and Deanna break down 2006.
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
The Black Rep gives August Wilsonís King Hedley II the royal treatment
Producer Rocco Landesman comes home to talk about Broadway (and baseball)
The Alton Little Theater swings for the Fences
Javon Johnson's Cryin' Shame has its moments but goes on too long
Ain't Got Time to Die takes a lecture-hall approach to drama
But Scrooge-like contributors could bring the curtain down
The Black Rep assays August Wilson
Two plays at two Reps expose the cultural apartheid of St. Louis
August Wilson's Seven Guitars hits the ground running but sputters as it loses its breath
Women Who Steal focuses on the emotional details of human behavior
The Black Rep's Jitney is a transporting experience
The St. Louis Black Repertory Company presents Jitney, August Wilson's story of Pittsburgh gypsy-cab drivers with a lot on their minds
Fences, St. Louis Black Repertory Company
By August Wilson (St. Louis Black Repertory Co.)
By Martin McDonagh (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
The Black Rep stages the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Fences
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