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Laka stars in Midnight Company show.
New Jewish Theatre presents world premiere.
Olajuwon Davis thought he had found his purpose in life — as an artist and as an activist. But in 2014, that road took a detour.
Elizabeth Teeter steps into the black boots of goth girl Lydia Deetz.
Madhuri Shekar's play about a harem guarded by female warriors gets a rewrite that elevates a secondary character.
Here are three highlights from the Muny season that came to a close Aug. 18.
Anna Louizos created its distinctive look.
Andrew Kuhlman succeeds Jack Lane, and Rebekah Scallet replaces Edward Coffield.
SATE stages a new play that was presented in March as a St. Louis Shakespeare Festival staged reading.
Festival puts a circus spin on Tennessee Williams play.
Before the musicals that made them famous — “Jesus Christ Superstar” (which premiered on Broadway in 1971) and “Evita” (1979) — composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Tim Rice…
Serafina Delle Rose is among the most vivid characters to emerge from the pen of Tennessee Williams.
Inspired by stories collected from U.S. prisons, playwright Sarah Shourd's “The Box” addresses solitary confinement, its impact and its consequences.
“Gruesome Playground Injuries,” the only Studio Series offering in the season, will be presented at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center.
The Black Rep has announced its 2022-23 season, which includes plays by Arthur Miller, Dominique Morisseau and other notable dramatists.
Actor who originated role praises Stages St. Louis musical.
Highlights include Complexions, Spring to Dance Festival.
Outdoor theater in Forest Park returns to a full season, with precautions in place to keep the shows going.
Dennis Reagan was a familiar and welcoming presence at shows, and a new likeness of him stands in Donor Plaza.
New musical adaptation of 1984 film "The Karate Kid" gets its pre-Broadway tryout at Stages St. Louis, with hopes that more shows will launch here.
The screenings, in collaboration with Cinema St. Louis, are free.
Metro Theater Company has announced its 50th anniversary season, which begins Sept. 9 with “Bold, Brave, Curious!”
West End Players Guild presents "Lonesome West," a brilliantly acted comedy-drama by Martin McDonagh.
Offerings include "Uncle Vanya."
Season's other shows include "Private Lives," "Putting It Together" and annual production of "A Christmas Carol."
Connoisseurs of dinosaurs are likely to have a fun time at “Triassic Parq,” a goofily entertaining Stray Dog Theatre production.
Show at the Fox is a first-rate American musical, and the cast of this touring production is great, too.
“Hand to God" boasts a first-rate cast, but the true star is a puppet.
"Hairspray" embraces the irreverence of its source material, a film that brought John Waters into the mainstream.
In a remarkable Moonstone production, playwright David Auburn’s absorbing tale of a reluctant math prodigy is a meditation on the pluses and minuses of moving on.
New Jewish Theatre returns to the stage to open its season with Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor."