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5/31 - 6/30/2024

Take a trip south to the town of Chinquapin, Louisiana and join the ladies at Truvy’s Salon in STEEL MAGNOLIAS. Here anyone who’s anyone not ...

We All Fall Down
We All Fall Down
5/30 - 6/16/2024

Linda and Saul Stein still live in the Westchester home where they raised their two beautiful daughters. But when Saul unexpectedly retires, Linda summons the ...

6/6 - 6/22/2024

The Golden Girls meets The Odd Couple in this madcap comedy. When cantankerous Abby is forced to share her room in a retirement home with endlessly chipper Marilyn, ...

As You Like It
As You Like It
5/29 - 6/23/2024

In this spontaneous romp, the brilliant and resourceful heroine, Rosalind, and her friends, exiled from the confines of city life to the Forest of Arden, ...

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Latest St. Louis Reviews

Review: Alice Ripley with John McDaniel at Blue Strawberry Showroom and Lounge

by James Lindhorst - May 25, 2024

McDaniel’s vision for their collaboration, his music direction, and accompaniment brought an award-winning musical theatre actor back to the stage after a lengthy hiatus. Their show played directly into the strengths of Ripley’s vocal stylings with her massive voice. Ripley belted for two hours whil...

Review: BROADWAY DIVAS at Greenfinch Theater And Dive Bar

by James Lindhorst - May 25, 2024

Prism Theatre Company rolled out their new production concept at Greenfinch Theater and Dive Bar on Thursday Evening.  BROADWAY DIVAS is the first installment of their Meadowlark Cabaret Series. Their company of 14 local actors performed 18 musical theatre songs originated by some of the best-known ...

Review: TIMBUKTU! at The Black Rep

by Steve Callahan - May 20, 2024

Packed with Borodin's music, and African rhythm and dance, romance, and humor that smacks of vaukdeville, this strange package has many delights....

Review: JOHN LLOYD YOUNG Wows with His Lush Tenor and Soaring Falsetto

by James Lindhorst - May 09, 2024

The Blue Strawberry in Midtown St. Louis welcomed John Lloyd Young on Wednesday evening for the first of two Shows.Highlights from his set included a soulful performance of the R & B classic “Show and Tell,” and a haunting introspective rendition of The Hollies song “The Air That I Breathe.” To say ...

Review: Tesseract Theatre Company's THE INHERITANCE PARTS 1 & 2 is a Gripping Triumphant Success

by James Lindhorst - May 04, 2024

The Tesseract Theatre Company’s production of THE INHERITANCE was a marvelous accomplishment thanks to the genius direction of Stephen Peirick and the out-of-body performances he evoked from each member of his cast. Peirick took the more than 300 pages of Lopez’s wordy script and swiftly paced the p...

Review: SPIRITS TO ENFORCE at The Midnight Company

by Steve Callahan - May 09, 2024

A veritable hail-storm of verbal shrapnel, with shreds and shards of Shakespeare, frenzied fund-raising fragments, and a sprightly sprinkle of super-powers....

Review: SPOTLIGHT ON ... BEING YOU a Festival of New Works Presented by Prism Theatre Company

by James Lindhorst - April 28, 2024

Some bright local voices were heard at Prism Theatre Company’s SPOTLIGHT ON ... BEING YOU over this past weekend in St. Louis. The best of the festival was the performance billed as a ‘Popera’ written and composed by Holly Barber and Lee Ehmke. THAT PERFECT KISS, a retelling of Cinderella and her Pr...

Review: SANDRA'S SON: A LIFE SKETCHED OUT WITH CBABI BAYOC at Greenfinch Theater And Dive Bar

by James Lindhorst - April 19, 2024

Bayoc, like the rest of us is just an everyday person finding his way in this world. He is talented, has enjoyed success in the art world, learned from his mistakes, and understands the importance of personal accountability. Bayoc shares many sensitive moments. None more exposing than the story of t...

Review: XANADU at Tower Groves Abbey

by Rob Levy - April 15, 2024

Based on the 1980 film starring Olivia Newton-John and, before that, the Rita Hayworth film, Down To Earth, this lively adaptation never takes itself too seriously. From start to finish the ensemble prances, preens, and mugs it up, giving audiences a sugary sweet over the top show filled with kineti...

Review: St. Louis Shakespeare's HAMLET is a Well Acted Gem

by James Lindhorst - April 14, 2024

This well-directed and remarkably acted version of HAMLET illustrates how entertaining and engaging Shakespeare’s works can be. Siler and his cast created a production that would meet the highest standards of a finicky bardolator while entertaining a casual theater goer who may wonder if Shakespeare...

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The Ross Family Theatre (5/31 - 6/30) Tracker
As You Like It in St. Louis As You Like It
St. Louis Shakespeare Festival (5/29 - 6/23)
Ride The Cyclone: High School Edition in St. Louis Ride The Cyclone: High School Edition
The Gaslight Theater (10/18 - 10/27)
Ripcord in St. Louis Ripcord
Stray Dog Theatre (6/6 - 6/22)
StitchCast Studio LIVE! The Great Outdoors in St. Louis StitchCast Studio LIVE! The Great Outdoors
High Low, Listening Room (5/28 - 5/28)
MJ in St. Louis MJ
Fox Theatre (5/28 - 6/9)
Dracula in St. Louis Dracula
New Line Theatre at the Marcelle (5/30 - 6/22)
Les Misérables in St. Louis Les Misérables
The Muny (6/17 - 6/23)

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