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"The 39 Steps" will be delayed to March.
'Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea' is rescheduled for July.
Here are theater critic Calvin Wilson's five most memorable stories from 2021.
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis will “continue to monitor our cast and crew to ensure a safe experience for everyone.”
West End Players Guild presents intriguing, provocative and well-acted episodic drama.
Show features charming performances and imaginative staging.
Hugely entertaining Midnight Company production of three-one act plays stars Joe Hanrahan and Ellie Schwetye.
New play boasts two of the finest performances to grace a St. Louis stage this year.
Stray Dog Theater production checks in with a character from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
Pulitzer Prize-winning musical is coming to the Fox Theatre.
Danny Williams will replace Mark Bernstein, who is retiring after more than 30 years.
Metro Theater Company presents holiday event.
The crowd-pleasing show based on a 1990 movie opens the Fox Theatre Broadway Series.
Pascal stars in national tour of “Pretty Woman: The Musical,” based on the 1990 film.
Neil Simon's comedy-drama is the first offering from the Moonstone Theatre Company.
The Muny will return to a seven-show schedule after staging only five this year because of health and safety concerns.
“It Is Magic,” the latest Midnight Company production, is at once a celebration of theater and an exhilaratingly offbeat exploration of its possibilities.
Stray Dog Theatre presents offbeat comedy-drama.
The story takes place at a facility where men accused of sexual misconduct are subjected to an algorithm designed to rehabilitate them.
Public event at Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts will celebrate longtime artistic director who died in July at age 75.
Two-character show about a friendship that transcends death is quite unlike the irreverent and often irrepressibly wacky fare that has made the company's reputation.
Directed by Stages artistic director Michael Hamilton, the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is one for the ages.
Schedule includes world premiere of "Karate Kid" musical.
Popular musical won a Pulitzer Prize.
Terence Blanchard's opera, which had its world premiere in 2019 at Opera Theatre of St. Louis, will be Met's first production by a Black composer.
Schedule includes a Neil Simon comedy and a musical revue.
West End Players Guild presents Steven Dietz’s comedy-drama.
Works by Edward Albee and Harold Pinter open company's season.
Somi Kakoma wrote and stars in tribute to Miriam Makeba.
Theater patrons also will be required to wear masks at all times.
Economic uncertainty threatens longtime friendships in “Sweat,” the powerful and poignant production that opens the 45th Black Rep season.