Laissez bon temps rouler!, the traditional Mardi Gras “Let’s Party!” call is being used by the Rep to promote The Comedy of Errors, and having seen it, now I know why. The eternally time-traveling Shakespeare has now been dropped in 1936 New Orleans, and the good times do, indeed, roll, Chere.
I’ve always been on the slim side, at times a little too skinny, unable to gain any lasting muscle…basically a mixture of the mesomorph and ectomorph body types but, thankfully, I never weighed more than 155pounds.
Leo Greshen (Peter Mayer) sets up a kind of private Yom Kippur on Benny Silverman’s (Bobby Miller) lavish deck overlooking Malibu. But while it’s clear from Miller’s performance that Benny was once a great comic actor, he’s not much of a Jew.
Spring is just around the corner! And although we had a winter that is rare for St. Louis, any seasonal changes can affect our health and be hard on our bodies. So as we move into the warmer months, it is important – as we do with our homes – for some “Spring Cleaning.”
If I suggested you buy a $58 ticket (top price) to see a 75-minute hostage play in which the drama arises from the principles of economics, you might want to pass on it. Don’t.
Dustin Lance Black’s play “8” made its West Coast debut with a one-night performance in Los Angeles, March 3 . If you don’t live in Los Angeles, you still had a chance to catch it. The YouTube page of the American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER) gave users a live stream of the night’s play.
ST. LOUIS – Gateway City native and Rolla resident Scott O’Brien took home the title of Mr. Missouri Leather 2012, March 3. Columbia’s Chris (Crisco) Schiefer and St. Louis’ Rick Hulvey were First and Second Runner Up, respectively.