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Dance ensemble explores connection and community.
Hall of Fame ceremony honors photographic innovators.
Daniel Switzer is the understudy for Olaf and Weselton.
Theater company is back with comedy, drama.
Broadway sensation coming to the Fox Theatre spotlights the music and goes behind the scenes of the classic Motown act.
Among the season's highlights are a Stephen Sondheim musical, a tour of a recent Broadway smash, an early Neil Simon play and a world premiere.
Musical adaptation of "The Color Purple," a popular movie and an acclaimed novel, makes its Muny premiere, featuring a "complex" Black, female character.
"Legally Blonde" musical challenges assumptions about "who we think is smart," says Maggie Burrows, who directs the Muny production.
Ben Davis says Sondheim musical's murderous barber is "a bucket-list role."
For annual LaBute New Theater Festival at St. Louis Actors' Studio, writer-director Neil LaBute contributes a one-act piece titled "St. Louis."
Laila Fantroy is just 13 years old, but with her Muny debut in “Mary Poppins” she's already on the path to becoming a star.
John Tartaglia directs the Muny's production of "Mary Poppins," starring Jeanna de Waal and Corbin Bleu.
Matt Kunkel directs an adaptation of "Camelot" that places emphasis on story's heart and focuses on Arthur, Guenevere and Lancelot.
Tale of high-kicking and lowdown showgirls Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly returns, this time as the first show in Muny's 104th season.
Instead of focusing on darker aspects of "Much Ado About Nothing," emphasis has shifted to “the lightness, and the humor, and the romance.”
SATE's annual showcase for female writers and directors is named for trailblazing 17th-century English playwright.
After two years of cancellations, National Dance Week features 50 companies and "a big diversity of dance styles."
Stray Dog Theatre presents a musical spoof of the "Jurassic Park" franchise.
St. Louis Actors' Studio presents Tony-nominated play about a foulmouthed puppet whose words become increasingly threatening.
Hitchcock's 1935 film and the novel on which it was based is the inspiration for a satirical version of "The 39 Steps," onstage at the Rep.
Black Rep presents "Behind the Sheet," inspired by the true story of the "father of modern gynecology," set against the backdrop of slavery.
St. Louis native Kaitlyn Louise Smith is on her first national tour, in the ensemble with "Mean Girls."
Jacqueline Thompson directs musical starring jazz singer Denise Thimes.
Kaden Kearney, one of show's stars, is grateful for musical's underdog story and representation of "queer women."
Company returns to live performance with Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor."
Tayler Harris assumes iconic role in Andrew Lloyd Webber musical based on T.S. Eliot poems.
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis stages an adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic.
His latest collaboration with St. Louis Actors' Studio "forges new ground," exploring family dynamics of mother and son.
Holiday-themed options include "A Christmas Carol," "The Elf on the Shelf," "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," The Nutcracker" and more.
Venue's last theatrical production was "The Band's Visit" in March 2020, before "heartbreaking" cancellation of programming.
Gayle Seay, a New York-based casting director whose extensive background includes work as an actor and choreographer, succeeds Michael Hamilton.