‘Red Scare on Sunset’ a delectable, zany romp

What a campy, kitschy, zany romp “Red Scare on Sunset” is. One of playwright – and drag legend – Charles Busch’s funniest spoofs yet, it’s eerily timely, and laugh-out-loud entertaining on the Tower Grove Abbey stage. Stray Dog Theatre’s third Busch show is light-hearted merriment with a message, combining luxurious Hollywood glamour with a goofy political parody. Director Gary F….

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St. Louis Actors’ Studio’s “Blackbird” raw and unforgettable

The raw and risky “Blackbird” draws us into a danger zone – sex with a minor — and the aftermath of broken wings struggling to fly again. Playwright David Harrower opted not for moral judgments, and instead is brutal about our truth and our memories. How would two people recall their illicit affair 15 years earlier, when he was 40…

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