Show: St. Louis Shakespeare's cunning blood-n-gore production of Macbeth, a terrific play about terrible people.Food: Globe Theatre Apple-Hazelnut Tart, baked by yours truly.Difficulty: Extreme. While the initial sneak phases of repackaging the food in aluminum foil and taking it into the theater w ... More >>
It is perhaps the most felicitous opening line ever written:"If music be the food of love, play on."In this very first sentence, Shakespeare sets the elegiac tone that dominates Twelfth Night, which opens this week at St. Louis Shakespeare. Again. Although through the centuries critics have never el ... More >>
And Juliet loves her Romeo
It's a play, not an invasion
Bare-bones Shakespeare is just bare in these one-act plays.
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Sophomore year: Dennis Brown puts the Kevin Kline Awards to the test.
Bubble, bubble, Troilus means trouble.
St. Louis Shakespeare doesn’t quite dive deep enough into Metamorphoses
The year in local theater
The Shakespeare Festival turns five
The Winter's Tale will leave you cold
A performance worthy of a king
Henry V would be king
You have three options
2004 brought gifts galore (but one big lump of coal)
St. Louis Shakespeare mounts an imposing Richard III
The Wiggles rock St. Louis
American history gets its comeuppance in this hit-or-miss comedy
Magic Smoking Monkey rushes the stage
Shakespeare sings, but The Left Hand doesn't
In this unconventional Romeo and Juliet, a little fresh thinking goes a long way
Forget Orson Welles. In Henry IV, part 2, Alan Knoll creates a Falstaff worthy of Howdy Doody.
If you think marital woes can be a hoot, you're right -- sometimes
St. Louis Shakespeare returneth
Schnider's timing is right-on, and Russo's Petruchio is assured
Mamma Mia! smokes, Problem Child and Criminal Genius explode, Henry IV fizzles
St. Louis Shakespeare tackles the Bard's 37 plays and breaks the two-hour mark
Though the story's flawed and the effort uneven, St. Louis Shakespeare's production of Pericles manages to salvage some moments