Arts & Culture Feature

Review: Private Lives Is a Fantastically Entertaining Romp

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' production is subtly self-aware and laugh-out-loud funny

By Tina Farmer

If playwright Noël Coward’s Private Lives is to be believed, relationships a century ago were every bit as complex and seemingly inexplicable as they are today. The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis’s (130 Edgar Road, Webster Groves; 314-968-4925; rollicking production embraces the sophisticated slapstick of Coward’s comedy of manners while humorously challenging the more blatantly outdated misogyny...

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