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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.
Among the highlights are a Neil Simon play, a ballet showcase, a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama and a musical tribute to Miriam Makeba.
New York director Lileana Blain-Cruz helms musical tribute to life and career of South African singer and activist Miriam Makeba.
"Sweat,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about factory workers coping with an uncertain economy, will kick off the Black Rep's 45th season.
The play is a revival of festival's 2020 radio production.
The showcase for theater on a shoestring budget is taking a hybrid approach, with a combination of virtual performances and productions staged outdoors and in person.
Cheryl Strayed's empathetic, insightful advice columns are the basis for a play by Nia Vardalos, presented by Max & Louie.
New York's American Ballet Theatre brings free performances to Forest Park for its "ABT Across America" tour.
Joe Hanrahan, who stars in Daniel MacIvor’s "Here Lies Henry," loves the challenge of a one-person show
Exhibition includes nearly 120 works by feminist artist Hannah Wilke, who didn't limit her imagination to just one medium.
“Mlima’s Tale" marks a return to live, in-person performance for the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis.
André De Shields, a living legend of American theater, stars in St. Louis Shakespeare Festival production in Forest Park
The festival, which kicks off the “Season of the Do-Over,” is named for a 17th-century English playwright who became a role model for later generations of female authors.
Recorded and live dance performance combine with visual art in socially distanced Cherokee Street event.
Mark Bernstein has been at the helm for than three decades.
"Blue Roses Falling," a new dance piece, will be presented both virtually and in person under Big Top in Grand Center.
With the rollout of vaccinations, theater and dance artists are optimistic that in-person performances can resume before the end of the year.
Theatergoers have been concerned about future of company, which suspended operations in October and canceled its 2020-21 season in the interest of health and safety.
"LOVE (and ballet) in the time of Corona" features new choreography as well as excerpts from classical repertoire, including “Sleeping Beauty” and “Swan Lake.”
Latest virtual program includes works by Jenny Battenberg, Prince Lyons, Joshua L. Peugh and Brian Enos.
Podcast features professionals in the field.
Rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has artists "cautiously optimistic" about return of live stage productions in 2021.
Robin L. McGee, who has worked on Muny shows, is project manager for the Broadway Relief Project in New York.
St. Louis Christmas Carols Association offers “caroling telegrams,” short music videos featuring local singers.