Christine Dolen has been The Herald's theater critic since 1979. She has been a fellow at the National Critics' Institute and at Stanford University, and in 1999 was a Senior Fellow in the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University. She has served as a Pulitzer Prize drama juror and has won first place in arts writing in the Missouri Lifestyles Journalism Awards.
He hasnt missed an edition of the Tropic/Herald Hunt in 28 years, and hes ready to go again.
When Gerome Ragni, James Rado and Galt MacDermot dreamed up Hair in the late 1960s, they wanted to reflect the truths of hippie culture, provoke thought on an array of social issues and, of course, entertain the paying customers.
Donna McKechnie calls the solo show shell perform this weekend at the PlayGround Theatre My Musical Comedy Life. In so many ways, that title is perfect.
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