Be careful where you sit during One Man, Two Guvnors, Richard Bean's hysterical, topsy-turvy comedy that marks the impressive launch of the fall season at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Sit too close, and the evening's ebullient star, Raymond McAnally, is likely to pull you onstage, dragooning ... More >>
Riverfront Times has an immediate need for a freelance critic to pen weekly theater reviews and coordinate our performing arts coverage. The ideal candidate has a passion for plays and musicals and a clever and engaging voice that praises and admonishes as need be without coming across as a cheerlea ... More >>
Dennis Brown, Paul Friswold and Lew Prince suss out the local theater scene
Photo by Brennan Schnell from a previous show.Company of Thieves June 22, 2011 The Firebird There are no giant signs signaling to passing cars "stop here" at the Firebird But there it is, a speck of life surrounded by boarded-up buildings and corporate sky rises. The Firebird, like Company ... More >>
This year's Under Cover Weekend ended with a strong turnout at the Firebird last night. The crowd awaiting the opening super-group featuring Theodore and The Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra already surpassed the somewhat-skimpy attendance for last Saturday's event. It's a good thing so ma ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out local theater scene
8 p.m. Saturday, September 12. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
Whitney Curtis | stagesstlouis.orgOh, craps! Guys and dollars!Had you been a Tony Awards voter in the early 1950s, would you have voted for Guys and Dolls, which debuted on Broadway in November 1950 (and which opens a four-week stint at Stages St. Louis this weekend), or for The King and I, which ... More >>
See the Rep's production of Tuesdays with Morrie if you must — but see it for Bernie Passeltiner's performance.
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene.
Thanks for the memories: Dennis and Deanna break down 2006.
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
With The Last Days of Café Café, First Run Theatre doesn't know when to stop
Steven Woolf dishes on the Rep's repertoire
Drama brews at McGurk's
Play about Woolf skirts complex issues
New offerings tackle racism and the Holocaust
Though the story's flawed and the effort uneven, St. Louis Shakespeare's production of Pericles manages to salvage some moments
By Thornton Wilder (Clayton Community Theater)
Metro Theatre Company brings Nicholas Kryah's cool Iceman to the stage
Missourian Lanford Wilson comes to the Rep to stage his new play, Book of Days, with longtime collaborator Marshall Mason. A look behind the scenes at the men who changed American theater.