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Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis presented the classic play on Classic 107.3 due to the pandemic.
Four-episode web series debuts Dec. 11.
Its next Broadway season is expected to start in late summer or early fall of 2021.
Metro Theater Company presents Dickens classic.
Event will feature characters from 'A Christmas Carol.'
The venue had been responsible for funding its own operations through shows - which have been canceled by the pandemic.
Concert debuts Nov. 16 on Nine PBS.
Event will feature artwork and music.
Angela Ingersoll will perform as legendary singer in online concert.
Offerings to include 'The Glass Menagerie.'
Campaign has raised $85 million.
Four musicals are being postponed due to pandemic.
Viewers will be able to access the first two productions for free. St. Louis Ballet will announce programming for the rest of the season later.
The online series has its finale Monday evening.
Lineup also includes "Always ... Patsy Cline."
Joe Hanrahan stars in one-person play.
Both "Sweeney Todd" and "Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins" will be postponed until next summer.
Show had previously been postponed.
One-person show moves to August.
Check them out on the theater company's Facebook page.
And there's six musical genres to choose from.
Company expects to start new season in the fall.
"Always ... Patsy Cline," scheduled to begin Sept. 4, will proceed as planned.
Maggie Ryan, the troupe's founder and artistic director, cited financial difficulties as the reason.
The Fox hopes to arrange new 2020 dates for the touring production. Ticket holders should keep their tickets until new dates are announced.
Musical was to be presented Saturday at Stifel Theatre.
“Lovely Sunday," a Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis production of a lesser-known Williams play, won four, including outstanding director and ensemble in a comedy.
Show had been scheduled to begin performances on Thursday.
Shows may be postponed or canceled.
Offerings include 'Zoo Story,' 'Straight White Men,' 'Hand to God.'
"Much Ado About Nothing" moves to August.