Archive 2011

Max & Louie Productions

May 12-22

maxlouie_lady_with_all_answers_graphicBefore Dr. Phil, before Oprah, before Dan Savage, there was Ann Landers.  In a play praised from New York to L.A., Ann Landers dispenses advice, reflects on her life and reveals her own heartaches. Don’t miss the St. Louis premiere of this funny, warm one-woman show. The production features Stellie Siteman as Ann Landers, is directed by Sydnie Grosberg Ronga with sets by Kline nominee Christopher M. Waller, lights by Kline winner Glenn Dunn, and sound by Rusty Wandall.

Gitana Productions

May 20-June 5

gitana_faultines_graphicFAULTLINES follows newly married Niragha who leaves India for America to begin a married life. Isolated with a husband she barely knows, she is the victim of verbal and physical abuse. She finds herself trapped between the old world and the new. The complex nature of domestic violence within South Asian Immigrant families in St. Louis is explored based on interviews and actual stories.

Dramatic License Productions

May 26-June 12

dramatic_license_mass_appeal_graphicHow much truth is too much? Should people hear what they want or need to hear? Bill C. Davis’ comedy/drama MASS APPEAL deals with issues of faith, truth and the concept of entertainment vs. enlightenment.  Directed by Kevin Kline Award winner, Deanna Jent, the Tony Award-winning play centers on entertaining priest Tim Farley (Kevin Kline Award nominee, Alan Knoll) who is assigned to mentor a young rebellious priest-in-training Mark Dolson (Dylan Duke.) Between laughter and tears, they search for the truth in the diverse world around them.  New York Magazine says, “Don’t think you have to be Catholic, or even religious, to enjoy the mutually beneficial sparring between two very worthy, and very human, antagonists.”

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

sfstl_shrew_graphicMay 27-June 19

The New Jewish Theatre

June 1-19

njt_immigrant_graphicInspired by the playwright’s family history, this is the story about two Eastern European Jews who immigrated to a small Texas town in 1909, out of the thousands of Jewish immigrants who ended up in the American Southwest through the Galveston Project. The play spans 30 years, beginning when Russian immigrant Haskell finds himself in Hamilton, Texas, and discovers that he is the town’s only Jew, who struggles to hold onto his sense of culture, family and a place. This uplifting story of a family’s American Jewish roots in Texas is both funny and heartfelt, bringing a new slant to the age-old story of immigration and assimilation. A touching search for personal and cultural roots.


June 3-19 

act_inc_logo_smallThis quintessential 1950’s romantic comedy became the movie Indiscreet. Broadway actress Jane and international banker Phillip (neither has ever married) are introduced. Phillip gives Jane his standard line--he is married and can never divorce--Jane doesn’t care, and they fall in love. Jane discovers the lie, and plots revenge, just as Phillip plans to undo the lie so that he can propose to Jane. Can this resolve to anyone’s satisfaction?

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