Belleville News-Democrat Review: The Rocky Horror Show

A tanned, blonde and muscular Luke Steingruby is a playful boy-toy as the lab creation Rocky. He not only looks the part but shows off his impressive vocal range in “The Sword of Damocles.”

‘Rocky Horror Show’ is alive and well in Stray Dog Theatre’s hands

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Belleville News-Democrat Review: “Yentl” at New Jewish Theatre

Energetic Will Bonfiglio, Luke Steingruby, Brendan Ochs and Jack Zanger are engaging in the young men roles.

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Belleville News Democrat Review: “Dogfight” at Stray Dog Theatre

It is Nov. 21, 1963, a night before ideals would be shattered and innocence lost. Eddie and his swaggering pals Boland (Luke Steingruby) and Bernstein (Kevin O’Brien) plan a night of debauchery in San Francisco before they are deployed to Vietnam.

Their energy, as well as the ebullient fellow Marines, is evident in robust numbers, “Some Kinda Time,” “We Three Bees,” and “Hey, Good Lookin’” which sets the stage for the show’s abundant macho carousing.

Steingruby displays his glorious, clear voice

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Belleville News-Democrat Review of “The Threepenny Opera”

New Line customarily features a tight ensemble, showcasing some of St. Louis’s shrewdest musical theater performers, while also debuting a few new artists. Their strong voices tackle the masterful jazzy score under Jeffrey Carter’s expert music direction…

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Belleville News-Democrat Review of Jerry Springer the Opera

transsexual Tremont (a fierce Luke Steingruby, going big and showing remarkable range).”


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