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Review of The Book of Mormon at the Fox Theatre

The Fox Theatre is once again hosting The Book of Mormon, the 2011 Tony Award–winning musical with book, music, and lyrics by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone. The show is as outrageous and delightful as ever in its third national tour.

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Review of The Play That Goes Wrong at Clayton Community Theatre

The Play That Goes Wrong is a triumph for the Clayton Community Theatre.

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Review of Hamlet at St. Louis Shakespeare

For the fifth time in its 39 seasons, St. Louis Shakespeare is mounting Hamlet. The current production is well conceived by director Patrick Siler and well executed by the cast and the production team.

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Review of The Whale at St. Louis Actors’ Studio

The Whale is totally absorbing and profoundly moving in the outstanding production by St. Louis Actors’ Studio. The 2022 film of the same name was based on the play. The 2022 film of the same name was based on the play.

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Review of Xanadu at Stray Dog Theatre

Stray Dog Theatre takes note of what its audience likes. Last year, the company’s production of Saturday Night Fever was a hit. Following up on that success, Stray Dog is now presenting Xanadu, another musical based on a film rooted in the disco era.

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Review of August: Osage County at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

The Rep’s superb cast shows why the play won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award and many other prizes.

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Po Mia Spreads Positivity Through Music

Po Mia is an eclectic local musician who aims to spread positivity and comfort with their complex and therapeutic music.

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Review of Molly Sweeney at Albion Theatre

In the current production by Albion Theatre, director Robert Ashton’s approach to the play shows it off to its best advantage.

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Review of the 2024 New Works Collective at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis

Last weekend, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis presented the splendid premieres of three one-act operas. The 20-minute works were the second group of commissions by OTSL’s New Works Collective.

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Review of Wedding Band at The Black Rep

The Black Rep’s current offering is Wedding Band, a profoundly moving outcry against intolerance and oppression by Alice Childress. Written in the 1960s, the play retains all its dramatic and emotional power in the outstanding Black Rep production.