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STICK FLY at Rep Theater Review

“Stick Fly,” the current Repertory Theater of St. Louis’ Mainstage production, centers on a wealthy African American family, the LeVays, as they gather for their annual summer vacation at the family’s stately Victorian home on Martha’s Vineyard, in this family drama comedy, that touches on class, race, privilege, sibling rivalry and father issues. “Stick Fly” […]

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ALABAMA STORY at Rep theater review

– By Cate Marquis – The Repertory Theater of St. Louis begins the new year with a true winner, a play that seems to have it all: drama, humor, conflict, human warmth, and history with a message for today. ALABAMA STORY, which runs through January 27, is easily the Rep’s best production this season, and […]

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DISGRACED theater review

– By Cate Marquis – Rep’s drama ‘Disgraced’ raises troubling questions but offers no answers The Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Disgraced” focuses on being Muslim in America, but perhaps not in the way one might expect. The drama, written by playwright Ayad Akhtar and directed by Seth Gordon, is currently playing at the Repertory Theater of […]

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