It's a common myth around St. Louis that Anheuser Busch was the sole brewery in St. Louis to survive Prohibition and the only locally brewed beer from 1933 until the opening of Schlafly in 1991. In reality, A-B was the only brewing game in town for less than two decades. Before that, the Falstaff Br ... More >>
Dennis Brown, Lew Prince and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene
Dennis Brown, Paul Friswold and Lew Prince suss out the local theater scene
Sir John is back in town. The portly Sir John Falstaff is surely the most beloved of all Shakespeare's comic foils. A liar, braggart and coward -- no wonder he makes audiences happy. He's the perennial know-it-all who seems to have everything going for him until he slips on a banana peel.www.tavernt ... More >>
Forget Orson Welles. In Henry IV, part 2, Alan Knoll creates a Falstaff worthy of Howdy Doody.
Mamma Mia! smokes, Problem Child and Criminal Genius explode, Henry IV fizzles