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This month at The Studio Theatre - BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

The Studio Theatre invites audiences to be their guest at the musical Beauty and the Beast this December.

The production opened last night ant runs through December 18. 204 more words


On DVD 10/18: Time Voyaging with “Alice Through the Looking Glass”

Alice (Mia Wasikowska), who followed the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole in 2010’s “Alice in Wonderland,” has returned in the sequel “Alice Through the Looking Glass.” While facing personal challenges in the “real world,” Alice is contacted by butterfly Absolem (voice of the late Alan Rickman, to whom the film is dedicated) and returns to help her friends with their troubles. 477 more words

5 Star Film- Excellent

The Muny Closes Its 98th Season with Excellent "Aida"

Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Tim Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton and Robert Falls & David Henry Hwang
Directed by Matt Lenz
Choreographed by Jon Rua… 748 more words

St Louis Theatre

“Alice Through the Looking Glass”: Time for a Little Madness

I watched “Alice Through the Looking Glass” to get inside a fantasy land, join Lewis Carroll’s heroine inside the mirror, down Underland, through the bowels of the great clock of Time, into the Past and back to the Present. 828 more words

Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)

Director: James Bobin

Writer: Linda Woolverton (Screenplay) Lewis Carroll (Books)

Starring: Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Sacha Baron Cohen, Phys Ifans, Matt Lucas… 760 more words


Adaptation #162: Alice Through the Ocean of Time

Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) turns the hosts to discussions of time travel, colorful characters, and what exactly qualifies as an adaptation.

Question of the Week: Does this film qualify as an adaptation? 151 more words


Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) - 1.5/5

Not even the try-hard gorgeous visuals could save Alice Through the Looking Glass from throwing up all over the beautiful premise of Alice in Wonderland, the whole idea of an adapted screenplay (because obviously this isn’t one), and its not amazing, but certainly better, prequel. 512 more words