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 >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis might live up to its name by relocating.
Sophomore year: Dennis Brown puts the Kevin Kline Awards to the test.
Thanks for the memories: Dennis and Deanna break down 2006.
Black Cat Theatre throws itself a grand-opening bash.
The Riverfront Times' performing arts guide
"If I could change one thing about theater in St. Louis..."
It's time to check in on the Kevin Kline Awards
The Black Rep puts on Intimate Apparel to top off its season
Steven Woolf dishes on the Rep's repertoire
But Scrooge-like contributors could bring the curtain down
Oliver! is a far cry from the novel it's based on -- but you can dance to it
Week of December 24, 2003
For actors, union membership has its perks. In St. Louis, it has its downside as well.
Two contrasting plays offer theatrical mind games
Carousel House at Faust Park
Week of February 27, 2002
Two plays at two Reps expose the cultural apartheid of St. Louis
Clue: The Musical brings the classic board game to life, complete with multiple endings
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
Dinner With Friends
Fences, St. Louis Black Repertory Company
Book by Bill Russell and Jeffrey Hatcher; lyrics by Bill Russell; music by Henry Krieger (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
By William Shakespeare (Guthrie Theater, Ovations! Series)
Madco takes a swing at the Cinderella story in a new ballet
Saying farewell to Ovations! Series artistic director Evy Warshawski