ArtsBooksLiterary Awards

One-on-One with St. Louis Literary Award Winner Edwidge Danticat

Best-selling, Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat is experiencing another extraordinary year. She now adds the St. Louis Literary Award to her distinction.

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Two on the Aisle

Two on the Aisle: Review of “Flanagan’s Wake” at Playhouse at Westport Plaza

An interactive Irish wake/play is what is on the stage at Playhouse at Westport Plaza when the production “Flanagan’s Wake” is up and running…complete with your opportunity to get your own Guinness beer.  Gerry Kowarsky had fun out at Westport Plaza and here is his review.

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Two on the Aisle

Two on the Aisle: Review of “Dress the Part” at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

“Two Gentlemen of Verona” gets a hip-hop treatment in the newest stage production by Shakespeare Festival St. Louis in the form of the play, “Dress the Part”.

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ArtsTheaterTwo on the Aisle

Two on the Aisle: Reviews of Dress the Part, Flanagan’s Wake, Three Tall Women, Polkadots, Ghost, others: Feb 13, 2020

Reviews of Dress the Part, Flanagan’s Wake, Three Tall Women, Polkadots, Ghost, Buried Child, Jersey Boys, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.

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ArtsTwo on the Aisle

Two on the Aisle: Reviews of Songs for Nobodies, My Name Is Asher Lev, Wildfire, Madam, Summer, others: Jan. 30, 2020

Reviews of Songs for Nobodies, My Name Is Asher Lev, Wildfire, The Thanksgiving Play, Madam, Summer, La Fille du Regiment, Fluente, Other Desert Cities

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Arts

St. Louis Arts Awards recognizes artistic achievements and supporters

Monday evening was a gathering of artful celebration in St. Louis through the Arts and Education Council’s (A&E) Arts Awards.

ArtsBooks

High Low, What’s in a Name?

High Low, Grand Center’s newest venue is dedicated to the freedom of expression through the spoken and written word.

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ArtsTwo on the Aisle

J. Samuel Davis interview & reviews of Mojada, Two Trains Running, & Night Watch: Jan. 16, 2020

Interview with J. Samuel Davis, actor, and reviews of: MOJADA: A MEDEA IN LOS ANGELES, by Luis Alfaro, at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis  TWO TRAINS RUNNING, by August Wilson, at the Black Rep NIGHT WATCH, by Lucille Fletcher, at the Theatre Guild of Webster Groves  

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ArtsFilm

Frames: Parallel Chords

An emotionally powerful feature about a father – a famous concert pianist – at odds with his daughter, a talented young violinist, “Parallel Chords” traces their parallel lives – close, but never touching.

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ArtsBooksCultureScience & TechnologySpotlight

Spotlight: New Year, New You

The focus is New Year’s resolutions in this premiere episode of Spotlight. Pink: Perfect Timing Author Daniel Pink enlightens us on how to have better timing in just about everything we do and all the decisions we make. Anew Nature Anew Nature furniture company provides hands-on training and job placement for former felons, teaching them […]

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