Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Radio station switches to new name by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Fresh 102.5 is now 102.5 KEZK.

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10 things you may not know about 'Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope'

The film celebrated its 38th anniversary on Monday.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

'Tomorrowland' is a little overwritten and a little too on the nose

Sometimes you find yourself admiring a movie a lot more than actually enjoying it. This is typically not the best situation to find yourself in, but admiration is still way better than conte…

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'Good Kill' is first movie to show us what war looks like from a cubicle

Movies have shown us war from all possible angles; from the jungle to the desert to the trenches to the oceans and to the skies. “Good Kill” is the first movie to show us what war looks …

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'Spring to Dance Festival' continues to charm by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Eighth edition of Memorial Day weekend event featured engaging performances, emerging talents.

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Monday, May 25, 2015

Review: The Music Man By Judith Newmark

At the Muny, with Kim Crosby and Ruth Williamson.
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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Review: Breakfast at Tiffany's By Judith Newmark

Lauren Kennedy faces an enormous challenge this week at the Muny - and comes through with her updo held high.

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Review: "Meet Me in St. Louis" By Judith Newmark

At the St. Louis Muny, with Walter Charles and Georgia Engel.
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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"The Last Five Years" takes wistful, bittersweet look at marriage by Judith Newmark

With Anthony Holds and Kate Baldwin.
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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Muny announces 2004 schedule by Judith Newmark

"Guys and Dolls" and a new musical version of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" will round out the 2004 season at the Muny, the open-air theater in Forest Park.

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Tony Award nominee makes impression on students by Kate Miller

Show Choir students at Parkway Central High School received an in-school visit from 2003 Tony Award nominee Elizabeth Parkinson.

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Tennessee Williams play will make belated debut

A play Tennessee Williams wrote while he was a Washington University undergraduate will finally receive its world premiere - and on the very campus where he wrote it.

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"Crazy for You" is perfect for the Muny by JUDITH NEWMARK

It satisfies the contemporary audience, but it's also the kind of salute to musical theater that the Gershwins themselves could have appreciated.
With Noah Racey, Paige Price and Bruce Adler.
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link.

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"Ol' Man River" is "Show Boat" treat by JUDITH NEWMARK

At the Muny, with Andrea Burns, Lewis Cleale, Karen Morrow and Michel Bell. (See below for a feature interview with Michel Bell.)
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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Strike up the band! Musicals make a comeback BY GAIL PENNINGTON

Asked why she didn't get the part [of Roxie Hart in the movie "Chicago"], Chenoweth says, "I'd like to know that myself. It was sad for me, because of course I'd like to play a role like that. But it's also great that they got two major stars in there who did the job that they did, and then maybe we'll do more and more. I'm hoping this musical thing just keeps going."
Thanks to American Theater Web for the link!

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Native St. Louisan's wife may have a winning Tony night By Judith Newmark

Weeks ago, Kurt Deutsch knew what he'd wear Sunday night: a tuxedo. His wife, Sherie Rene Scott, has a tougher decision.

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Rep's 'Diary of Anne Frank' is tale of shattered dreams by Judith Newmark

It's not gory, like "The Lieutenant of Inishmore," or classically tragic, like "King Lear." But "The Diary of Anne Frank" is the most harrowing drama ever to play the Repertory Theatre of St…

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Remembering Brad Graham By Judith Newmark

When Brad Graham, the 41-year-old public relations manager for the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, died earlier this week, everything seemed sadly familiar.

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New NEA chief promotes the arts - in Peoria, too by JUDITH NEWMARK

Rocco Landesman had scarcely taken a seat at his desk as chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts before everything went nuts.

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