The feature story is one you're not going to want to miss, either. Kristen Hinman (yes, it was a busy week) summons the literary world inhabited by Keisha Ervin, whose gritty tales about the mean streets of St. Louis have earned her the reputation as one of the country's hottest purveyors of urban fiction.
And, as always, spend some quality time with RFT theater critic Dennis Brown, who this week let's us know about that surprise finale at the Kevin Kline Awards. In Cafe, Ian Froeb takes us back to the reinvented, but hotter-than-ever eatery, The Shaved Duck. Our featured music presentation comes complements of Christian Schaeffer, who talks with CeliaShacklett , a one-woman musical renaissance.
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