Donna Northcott wanted to direct The Liar. How could she not? David Ives' hysterical adaptation of Pierre Corneille's 1643 farce simply crackles with comedic wit. Written in 2010 The Liar not only offered Northcott an opportunity to direct a fresh new work, but it also afforded her theater company, ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the St. Louis theater scene
Thursday, December 31 *List of New Year's Eve shows etc., here Friday, January 1 *Bobby Bare Jr/David Vandervelde, Off Broadway *Wyoming Street/hntr gthrr/Cold Bear Scout, Firebird
Thursday, December 24 *Christmas Eve Comedy Night, Off Broadway Friday, December 25 *Brian Henneman, Duck Room *Old Lights/Where's Charlie/Waiting for Jimmy/Harmed Brothers, Off Broadway *El Monstero, The Pageant
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene
New Jewish plumbs the depths of Broadway Bound.
The Iceman Cometh. And cometh. And cometh.
A crosstown Neil Simon double bill
Drama brews at McGurk's
Linda Stephens comes full circle with My Fair Lady
An unstilted conversation with Richard Wilbur, the poet who made Molière commercial
Harold Pinter receives a high-voltage production from City Players
It's about fission, but there's no bang
Don't sell melodrama short: Oscar Wilde's A Woman of No Importance still grabs an audience by the throat
The many colors and kinds of immigration are addressed in SIU-Edwardsville's grouping of nine one-act plays
August Wilson's Seven Guitars hits the ground running but sputters as it loses its breath
By Thornton Wilder (Clayton Community Theater)
By Sam Shepard (HotHouse Theatre Company)
By Conor McPherson (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' Studio Theatre)
By August Wilson (St. Louis Black Repertory Co.)
The New Theatre brings down the curtain
By Arthur Miller (St. Louis Shakespeare Company)
The Black Rep's Waiting for Godot leaves the business of interpretation to the audience.