Round two of the LaBute New Theater Festival continues this weekend at The Gaslight Theater, and as a general rule, the one-act plays of the second half are much stronger than those of the first. Many earlier works relied on a similar narrative conceit -- strangers meet, secrets are revealed -- but ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene in St. Louis
It's the best of times and the worst of times for St. Louis theater companies
Muddy Waters mounts a classic on a shoestring. The Rep...doesn't.
The Sisters Rosensweig owes Chekov an apology.
City Theatre lets the good times roll
Paula Vogel serves us a helping of pornography, desire, fantasy, violence, abuse, love, passion and obsession
Though both are set in beach houses, two plays approach the locale from opposite angles and shine a different light on their characters.
The Nazi past haunts the Germans of Born Guilty
By Sam Shepard (HotHouse Theatre Company)
An intense study of the mechanics of hate gets a staged reading by the New Jewish Theatre