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In times of conflict, art can offer healing to a broken community, and St. Louis is no exception. In an effort to explore the role of art as an intersection of pain and hope, Fontbonne University presents “The Art of Protest and Peace,” an exhibit featuring wooden panels, painted by St. Louis artists, used to...
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By Catie Dandridge | Tableaux Summer/Fall 2017 Kareem Deanes stands at the front of his colorful classroom, listening to his sixth-grade theatre students describe with enthusiasm what they’ll do the first day of their summer vacation. He tosses a fuzzy green tennis ball first to one student, then another, signaling whose turn it is to...
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Fontbonne University Theatre will open “Elegies: A Song Cycle,” a play by William Finn, Thursday, Nov. 2. Like much of Finn’s previous work, “Elegies” is autobiographical. In it, Finn mourns friends who died of AIDS, explores family dynamics and responds to the 9/11 attack. The production will be directed by graduate theatre student Justin Chaipet,...
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Fontbonne University’s theatre department has kicked off the year with, “Girls. In Boys’ Pants,” by Kato McKnickle. The show explores gender identity through articles of clothing and media material. Performances will be held on October 7, 8, 14 and 15. Saturday performances begin at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are free for...
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Set in 1936 Ireland, “Dancing at Lughnasa” explores the potential for romance and the lure of pagan rituals in a Catholic family’s day-to-day life. The narrator, Michael (Jim Butz), guides the audience through his memories of a summer spent with his mother and her five siblings (Gary Glasgow, Michelle Hand, Amy Loui, Jennifer Theby Quinn,...
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