Stages St. Louis closes its main-stage season with that most traditional of musicals, Fiddler on the Roof, and like the show's opening number, "Tradition," director Michael Hamilton calls upon the Tony Award-winning show's estimable history to deliver a bright production, filled with sumptuous chore ... More >>
Fresh off its shimmering success with Giuseppe Verdi's La Traviata, Union Avenue Opera continues its twentieth season with a very different production: André Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire, a modern operatic work based on the Tennessee Williams masterpiece.
It may be that the best theater deal in town this weekend is also the least expensive. On Sunday afternoon, January 17, Upstream Theater is sponsoring a staged reading of the new David Hare piece Berlin/Wall, two monologues Hare performed last year at New York's Public Theatre. Here Hare muses on wa ... More >>
The NonProphet Theater Company's Girl Gone searches for deeper meaning.
ACT Inc. and Fontbonne get it on
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
Willy Holtzman's World War II drama Hearts deserves a medal
Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis
Jonathan Reynolds' Stonewall Jackson's House takes an unfortunate detour from the incisive to the didactic
Sanders Family Christmas resonates a little more this year
The City Players of St. Louis nail a tale of loneliness, rejection and humiliation -- and it's a comedy.
Two plays struggle with equality, but only one succeeds in making the fight seem real
Despite some stumbles, the HotHouse Theatre production of the hot-button Bent is a sobering success
After a manic first act, HotHouse's What the Butler Saw provides some crazy fun
By Tennessee Williams (HotHouse Theatre Company)
Works by two masters of verbal gymnastics receive entertaining treatments this week in St. Louis
By Larry Roberson (Historyonics Theatre Company)