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By Bob Lindsey
If you only looked at the holiday line-up of shows this season in Branson, you would think very little has changed from last year. And you would be right for the most part, but not entirely, as some things are always evolving there.
Sports and Steaks Make a Good Combination for the Dining Divas
Celebrating 95 spectacular summers in Forest Park, The Muny has announced its 2013 summer season, a mix of contemporary musicals and timeless classics, including four Muny premieres. The seven-shows are: Les Misérables, The Muny’s Production of Disney and Cameron Macintosh’s Mary Poppins, Nunsense–Muny Style!, The Muny’s Production of Dreamworks Theatricals Shrek–The Musical, South Pacific, Monty Python’s Spamalot and West Side Story.
by Sandra Olmsted
According to Walt Disney, “Movies can and do have a tremendous influence in shaping young lives.” And the 21st Annual Whitaker Saint Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF), which runs Nov. 8-18, again offers Family Fun events and movies, some of which are FREE, it seems a great time to take the kiddies to the movies!
by Sandra Olmsted
Tim Burton’s newest animated horror film has all the parts one would expect: a dark palette of colors with just a dab of color thrown in to emphasize the power of electricity and characters whose oddly elongated bodies and jerky movements accentuate their creepy normality and awkward interactions.
“Voices of Valhalla” will be heard again this year when Hawthorne Players and Valhalla Cemetery and Chapel present a “Hayride Through Time” at Valhalla Cemetery on St. Charles Rock Road. Performances will be on Friday and Saturday evenings, Oct. 5, 6, 12, 13 beginning at 7 p.m. Wagons will leave every 15 minutes taking passengers on a non-scary hayride, stopping along the way for Hawthorne actors to portray a number of interesting characters who are interred on the grounds.« Previous Entries Next Entries »