Upstream Theater takes another risk that pays off.
Bubble, bubble, Troilus means trouble.
St. Louis Shakespeare doesn’t quite dive deep enough into Metamorphoses
A performance worthy of a king
St. Louis Shakespeare gives Amadeus more than its due
St. Louis Shakespeare tackles the Bard's 37 plays and breaks the two-hour mark
A future-world reading of Macbeth by St. Louis Shakespeare recontextualizes a classic
St. Louis Shakespeare performs The Rivals, the debut work of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, a young playwright long since departed
Though the story's flawed and the effort uneven, St. Louis Shakespeare's production of Pericles manages to salvage some moments
Week of May 16, 2001
By Nicky Silver (Actors Renaissance Theatre)
By Sam Shepard (Actors Renaissance Theatre)