Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene.
Two rarely staged comedies that are entertaining, but innocuous
With Chesapeake, HotCity fetches doggerel
HotCity Theatre debuts with a polemic -- and how!
City Players of St. Louis
Play evokes aura of Lindy's flight; other playbills feature funny gays and surly Danes
The City Players of St. Louis nail a tale of loneliness, rejection and humiliation -- and it's a comedy.
Paula Vogel serves us a helping of pornography, desire, fantasy, violence, abuse, love, passion and obsession
Two plays -- one old, one new -- explore the place of sexuality in Judaism
Week of October 24, 2001
St. Louis Shakespeare performs The Rivals, the debut work of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, a young playwright long since departed
The City Players shine in two one-act Lanford Wilson monologues
The St. Louis Shakespeare Company's Othello delivers some fine performances but brings things to a head too soon