Search

Looking Glass Playhouse 2017-2018 Off to a Strong Start with The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Looking Glass Playhouse is opening its 45th season with The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and what a great show to start on! Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, and taking songs from the Disney movie, this production is a beautiful and heart-pricking adventure from start to finish.

Read More

An Interview with The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time Cast Member Kathleen Wise

Actress Kathleen Wise talks about her acting background, her love for The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and all things The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time. St Louis Limelight Magazine: How long have you been acting? Kathleen Wise: I did school plays in middle school and high school, and I got really into it then. I went…

Read More

Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Masters the Equation for Theatrical Beauty with The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis began its 51st season on Friday, September 8th with The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. When I learned that this show was being put on here in St. Louis, I knew I had to see it, because it is adapted from one of my favorite books. (And that is an understatement.)…

Read More

St. Lou Fringe Review: Inconceivable! And Other Absurdities

When I wandered into the Kranzberg Arts Center Studio Theatre on Sunday, August 20 to review Inconceivable! And Other Absurdities, I knew I would see something zany. I had a little, albeit not a lot, of previous experience with Fringe Festival shows, and I tried to make an educated guess of what I was to witness from the title. Other…

Read More

Never Let Them See You Acting: An Interview With A St. Louis Treasure

If you’re a member of the theater community, you’ve probably heard of the incomparable Donna Weinsting. She has been a staple of the theater community for a long time and definitely a true St. Louis treasure. We would like to take a moment to celebrate this amazing actress. Whether she’s acting in a local production or competing in a fundraiser…

Read More

Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Making Tradition Fresh

Fiddler on the Roof has been a beloved musical since its first production on Broadway in 1964. The show is based on a collection of stories by Sholem Aleichem, and also a later book by Joseph Stein. A story filled with Jewish tradition, it has become a tradition itself, running for nearly a decade on Broadway alone, not to mention…

Read More

Glenn Close Demands Sunset on Cell Phone Usage During Performances

Broadway actress Glenn Close took a stand last month against cell phone usage during her performances. In today’s world, it has become an accepted consensus that we, as a society, cannot survive without our mobile devices. No matter where we are, what we’re doing, or who we’re with, we can check our e-mail, browse social media, shop, or watch hilarious…

Read More