Summer is the season of musicals in St. Louis, and one of this season's most luminous stars is no doubt Stages St. Louis' relentlessly peppy rendition of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, the delicious 1961 send-up of corporate culture, midcentury gender roles, and scheming one-upman ... More >>
Whitney Curtis | stagesstlouis.orgOh, craps! Guys and dollars!Had you been a Tony Awards voter in the early 1950s, would you have voted for Guys and Dolls, which debuted on Broadway in November 1950 (and which opens a four-week stint at Stages St. Louis this weekend), or for The King and I, which ... More >>
J. Samuel Davis hits the jackpot in the Black Rep's Guys and Dolls.
Still, this Fox show holds some bright moments.
Urinetown: Brecht as squeezed through the catheter of Hal Prince.
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
Frank Loesser's tunes stand up to the Muny's production
Monty has everything going for it -- and more
Crazy, wacky, hilarious -- the American musical is back
A new production of an old standard fails to unlock the freshness within
Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser; book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows (Webster University's Conservatory of Theatre Arts)