Dennis Brown, Paul Friswold and Lew Prince suss out the local theater scene
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the St. Louis theater scene
Alex WildDon't be sucked in by the toy soldiers; Helver's Night is for grownupsâ€‹So far as openings go, it's a quiet week. The only new show is Upstream Theater's production of the U.S. premiere of Helver's Night, a Polish play by Ingmar Villqist -- though it will hardly be quiet, for it is a play ... More >>
Wouldn't it be nice if our local theater folk could figure out a way to stagger their openings so that all the companies could get their fair share of attention. But it never happens that way. Too often it's feast or famine. This week we have five new openings, five shows competing for the same spac ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene in St. Louis
The madness of an election year
There's too many pages between these fine bookends.
Dennis chats with Myron Freedman and Andrew Michael Neiman, the leads in St. Louis Shakespeare's A Tale of Two Cities
Muny’s Les Miserables is long and dreary and, well, miserable.
Is Act Inc. up to a Load of Mischief?
Does St. Louis Shakespeare pass the Ado test?
ACT Inc. and Fontbonne get it on
Kristina Martinez celebrates flamenco
St. Louis Shakespeare inters a classic
Magic Smoking Monkey fulfills celluloid dreams, '80s-cop-show-style
Week of August 25, 2004
St. Louis Shakespeare gives Amadeus more than its due
For actors, union membership has its perks. In St. Louis, it has its downside as well.
Twelfth Night, St. Louis Shakespeare
A future-world reading of Macbeth by St. Louis Shakespeare recontextualizes a classic