Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the St. Louis theater scene
Unity Theatre Ensemble is this area's stealth company -- except when they're performing. Then it's everything they can do to keep the roof nailed down. But publicity is not their strong suit. Music is. Until their Cotton Club Revue got nominated for four Kevin Kline awards earlier this year, many ... More >>
There's something for everyone among this week's openings. www.stagesstlouis.comKids are apt to be amused by Alice in Wonderland, this summer's musical for children at Stages St. Louis. You're not likely to see this show on Broadway or at the Fox. Based on the 1951 Disney animated movie (which in ... More >>
Ticktock, what a crock.
Dennis Brown, Paul Friswold and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
At the eleventh hour, a director is forced to assume the title role.
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater.
Black Cat Theatre throws itself a grand-opening bash.
Skin in Flames gets you all hot and bothered about the war in Iraq
Touch lacks one
Once more, local universities take up theater's challenge
With Chesapeake, HotCity fetches doggerel
The Theater Santa, St. Thespis, brings gifts all year long
Sartre's No Exit has aged -- like a fine wine
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the dining room
We see him all too seldom in St. Louis, but Chekhov rocks
Week of October 29, 2003
We've seen this before: Eliza Doolittle with big ears
Mamma Mia! smokes, Problem Child and Criminal Genius explode, Henry IV fizzles
The New Jewish Theatre's adaptation of Crossing Delancey is smooth, steady and, well, nice
Despite its title, It's All True isn't all true, but that doesn't prevent the HotHouse Theatre from successfully telling its story
(Mostly) Harmless Theatre blasts off in a thrilling inaugural production
Despite some self-conscious moments, the Metro Theatre Company's latest production proves engaging fun for its young audience
The Rep Studio serves up an intimate and satisfying Dinner with Friends
By William Shakespeare (St. Louis Shakespeare Company)
Works by two masters of verbal gymnastics receive entertaining treatments this week in St. Louis