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  • The Luminary Temporary Gallery

    2644 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118

    http://www.theluminaryarts.com

  • Make Believe Theatre and Arts Centre

    307 Droste Road St Charles, MO 63301
    314-606-5798

  • Maritz Auditorium and Theater

    1400 S. Highway Drive Fenton, MO 63026

  • Mark's Sports Bar

    4270 Interstate 70 Service Road N. St Peters, MO 63376
    636-928-0009

  • The Millstone Gallery at COCA

    524 Trinity Ave. St Louis, MO 63130-4314
    314-725-6555

    http://www.cocastl.org/subpage.cfm?vSection=exhibitions&vPage=millstone_gallery

  • Mineral Springs Haunted Tours

    301 E. Broadway Alton, IL 62002

  • Monroe County History Museum

    724 Elaine Drive Waterloo, IL 62298
    618-939-5008

    http://www.monroehistory.org

  • The Muny

    The Muny

    Forest Park St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-361-1900

    http://www.muny.org The Muny notes that it is "America's oldest and largest outdoor musical theatre," but it should probably add "most magical" to that list of superlatives as well. Nearing 100 years old, the Muny provides St. Louis theater audiences with two full summer months of delightful musical theater productions (complete with live music of course), and the Forest Park gem still offers free seats at every show -- approximately 1,500 of them, in fact! Productions each summer range from the classics to new favorites, and the 10,000-plus seats are cooled by overhead fans, which are a godsend on particularly warm St. Louis summer nights. More >>

  • mushmaus

    mushmaus

    2700 Cherokee St. St Louis, MO 63118

    http://www.mushmaus.org mushmaus, a self-proclaimed artist interchange, idea incubator and DIY arena, provides plenty of space for unconventional sights and sounds to lurk, crawl, leap and fall. The 7,500 square foot warehouse hosts everything from residencies and gritty artist installations to sweaty dance parties and shows -- these range from the harshest experimental sounds in town to pure and simple pop and rock. No matter the scene, mushmaus provides an ample, uninhibited environ for curious and creative souls to explore. Don't expect all the typical creature comforts of a music venue here -- mushmaus is dark, dingy and undeniably DIY. More >>

  • The MX District

    700 Washington Avenue St. Louis, MO 63101

    http://www.mxstl.com Entertainment, residential and shopping area centered on the MX Building and the Laurel Building. More >>

  • MX Movies

    618 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-222-2994

    http://www.mxstlmovies.com

  • Nebula Coworking

    3407 S. Jefferson Ave. St Louis, MO 63118

    http://www.nebulastl.com

  • New Line Theatre

    3802 Keokuk St. St Louis, MO 63116
    314-773-6526

    http://www.newlinetheatre.com

  • Ober Anderson Gallery

    14 N. Meramec Ave. Clayton, MO 63105
    314-727-1345

  • Old Tymer

    Old Tymer's

    12667 New Halls Ferry Rd Florissant, MO 63033
    314-830-4304

  • Ozark Theatre

    103 E. Lockwood Ave. St. Louis, MO 63119
    314-962-7000

    http://www.ozarktheatre.com

  • The Paragon Theatre

    1911 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103

  • Performing Arts Center of St. Charles

    226 N. Main St. St. Charles, MO 63301
    636-946-6787

    http://www.performingartscentre.net

  • Phantom

    1300 Washington Ave. St Louis, MO 63103
    314-338-4220

  • Platinum Plus Playhouse

    5411 Virginia Ave. St Louis, MO 63111
    314-302-1086

    http://www.facebook.com/p3stlent

  • Plush

    Plush

    3224 Locust St. St Louis, MO 63103
    314-535-2686

    http://www.plushstl.com/index.html With 40,000 square feet to play with, Plush is a fully operational club, venue, bar and restaurant, with plenty of room to spare. On any given night, you could grab a bite from a menu full of eclectic American food that borders on greasy spoon but with modern twists (meatloaf cupcakes, for example), check out the band playing in the unique concert space, head up to the second floor for some Ping-Pong, or pull up at a stool at the more intimate bar upstairs. RFT named Plush the "Best New Bar" in 2012, and things have only gotten better for this jack-of-all-trades, one-of-a-kind establishment. More >>

  • Rebuild Foundation

    2010 Mallinckrodt St. St Louis, MO 63107
    314-329-7544

    http://www.rebuild-foundation.org Combining community organizing with historic preservation and contemporary art, the Rebuild Foundation offers a bold and ambitious vision that speaks to the heart of today's most avant-garde visual practices. Disposing of the convention that an art space must present work that hangs demurely on the wall, Theaster Gates, a Chicago native and meteoric star in contemporary art, has molded the Rebuild Foundation to be art in every active, participatory form -- from the structure itself to the community it lives amid to the activities and projects it hosts. In scattered sites nationwide -- Chicago, Detroit and Omaha, as well as both Old North St. Louis and Pagedale -- the organization rescues otherwise neglected residential structures and revitalizes them to perform myriad new roles. Introduced to St. Louis via a project he did in 2010 in conjunction with the Pulitzer Foundation's Gordon Matta-Clarke exhibition and local artist Juan William Chavez, Gates was taken with the city, and in particular its north side. By 2012 his nonprofit was running in St. Louis full throttle, with a local, live-in program organizer, a resident artist, an intern-and-education program and a team of volunteers. The organization has orchestrated joint programs with other nonprofits that have further deepened its local involvement and presence. More >>

  • Rep Rehearsal Hall

    17 S. Old Orchard Saint Louis, MO 63119

  • The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

    130 Edgar Road Webster Groves, MO 63119-3228
    314-968-4925

    http://www.repstl.org Both the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, founded in 1966, and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, founded a decade later, call the Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts home. And because the 900-plus-seat theater is located on the campus of Webster University, student productions and other events also take place there. The Rep's season runs generally as the school year does, with six Mainstage offerings and three Studio Theatre shows each season, and Opera Theatre stages four productions in the late spring/early summer, oftentimes including a world premiere and always including live music from Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra players. More >>

  • Saint Louis University - Black Box Theatre

    3733 W. Pine Mall St Louis, MO 63108

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