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Interactive historical walking tours led by local comedians.
When night falls on Chinatown's streets and alleys, the ghosts come out to play -- hear their stories and Chinese ghostly legends on this lighthear...
Eric Kipp may be brilliant. Without a doubt, the spirit of San Francisco itself pulses quickly in his veins, because he is the creator of Hiking Yo...
As a self-described "logical extension of a free public library," our local free walking-tour company is, like most libraries, a fascinating mash o...
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration with citywide events in theater, music, dance, visual arts, poetry, and other discip...
This weekend will prove that Webster University students know how to have a good time -- of course, it's more of an Amy Sedaris crafty good time than a John Belushi Animal House one. See for yourself when the Green with Indie craft show takes... More »
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is making the rounds these days. And why shouldn't it? This beguiling musical by William Finn and Rachel Sheinkin is a likable show. Yet something about the Webster University Conservatory of Theatre Arts' recent staging made the piece feel first-time fresh. Surely a big part of that freshness was the focused direction by Quin Gresham that honed in on the underlying pathos of loners and innocents who love to learn. By evening's end it didn't really... More »
Alexis Kinney has been producing a fulsome sound from her diminutive frame for so many years now she should have lost her ability to surprise. Her powerful and affecting singing voice has long been a cause for astonishment. But this past March she pulled off a surprise of jaw-dropping proportions without singing a note. Kinney's portrayal of a young woman suffering from dissociative disorder in Anthony Neilson's acclaimed drama The Wonderful World of Dissocia was stunning. How does any actor... More »
Since 1979 Webster University's Webster Film Series has brought art-house cinema to sleepy Webster Groves. Just this year WFS became the first place to see David Lynch's Inland Empire as the Twin Peaks creator's foray into weirdness made the festival circuit, still unready for prime time. As you peruse the calendar, it becomes plain why the series has succeeded for years: The non-mainstream film work it brings to St. Louis is as compelling as it is varied. Some programs dip low --... More »
With the proliferation of art houses in town -- the Plaza Frontenac, the Tivoli, the Chase, the Hi-Pointe -- you'd swear that any film of substance has played at least briefly on one of their screens. But you'd be wrong. Even movies that generate significant buzz in the national press bypass St. Louis all too frequently, especially if the language their characters speak isn't English. The St. Louis International Film Festival fills some of the gaps left by the art houses, but the town's... More »
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