Reviews of Twisted Melodies, Bosnian/American, Ivanov; The Sound of Music, Trash Macbeth, others, Apr. 28, 2016

    Reviews of (1) TWISTED MELODIES, by Kelvin Roston, at The Black Rep; (2) BOSNIAN/AMERICAN: THE DANCE OF LIFE, by Deanna Jent, at Mustard Seed Theatre; (3) IVANOV, by Anton Chekhov, at St. Louis Actors’ Studio; (4) THE SOUND OF MUSIC, by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II, Howard Lindsey & Russell Crouse, at the Fox Theatre; (5) TRASH MACBETH, by William Shakespeare & others, at Equally Represented Arts; (6) THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, by Oscar Wilde, at Saint Louis Univ.; (7) DOUBLEWIDE, TEXAS, by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, & Jamie Wooten, at Over Due Theatre Company; (8) COCK, by Mike Bartlett, at the Webster Univ. Conservatory; and (9) THE PAJAMA GAME, by George Abbott & Richard Bissell, Richard Adler & Jerry Ross, at the Webster Univ. Conservatory.

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