Story: What’s a small-time gambler circa post-World War II to do? Nathan Detroit may run “the oldest established floating crap game in New York,” but Lt. Brannigan of the NYPD is determined to send Nathan and his cronies to jail, come hell or high stakes.
Story: Alfie Byrne lives a quiet life in his Dublin neighborhood circa 1964. The bachelor bus conductor, who shares a modest home with his sister Lily where he is the primary cook, has a passion for theater that he fulfills as director of a community troupe which performs at his local Cathol…
Story: Matilda Wormwood is not exactly the apple of her parents’ eyes. In fact, the little girl is constantly subjected to verbal and emotional abuse by her self-centered mother and vapid father. She has been since she was born, when she “deprived” her mum of her annual ballroom-dancing comp…
Story: An older couple who have recently passed on looks back on the last years of their lives, which were spent in a senior living community known as Pelican Roost. They introduce the audience to some 18 different characters who contribute to the fun times, the eccentricity and wacky advent…
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Story: The California gold rush circa 1850 has all types of people fevered with dreams of striking it rich out west. Irish immigrant William leaves his wife and child behind in St. Louis, promising to reunite with them after he makes some money. Belligerent Craig Woodling browbeats his wife …
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Story: Summertime – and the commercial living on the Atlantic coast in Massachusetts depends on tourists heading to the beach to soak up the sun and swim away their cares for hours on end in the ocean. So naturally, a life-threatening great white shark is the last thing Amity Island Mayor La…
Story: The seventh annual LaBute New Theater Festival, hosted by St. Louis Actors’ Studio, opened in early July at the Gaslight Theater for a month-long run. The second installment, running through July 28, features four different one-act plays, including one by festival namesake Neil LaBute.
Story: After Ethel McCormack’s husband abandons his family, she and her teen son Ren leave Chicago to accept the offer of relatives to move in with them in the town of Bomont out west. Moving from a big city to such a tiny village while trying to recover from his father’s desertion is bad en…
Having recently graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University, Scott Schoonover applied in 1994 for the post of music director at Union Avenue Christian Church in St. Louis’ Visitation Park neighborhood. He was offered the job in part because of his dream to start an opera company.
The Bellwether, which had a soft opening in June in St. Louis’ Lafayette Square neighborhood, features a seasonal menu of small plates, pastas and more.
With subtlety and style, an online academic project gives younger users experience in how to program like digital pros.