The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis becomes the latest company to mount a production of Kenneth Jones’ studious adaptation of a true but little-remembered story that has its own niche in the nation’s civil rights struggles of the 1950s and ’60s, while depicting the ever-present fight for freedom of thought and against censorship.
In addition to the aforementioned shows and the six covered last week, dozens of other fine productions delighted audiences throughout the area in 2018
Story: It’s an idyllic life in 1907 for Anastasia Feodorovna, a grand duchess and youngest daughter of Russian Czar Nicholas II of the Romanov dynasty and his wife, Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna. She’s especially delighted when her grandmother, Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna, visits from Pa…
Both figuratively and literally, the theatrical year just passed proved to be a blockbuster.