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  • Heagney Theatre

    530 E. Lockwood Ave. Webster Groves, MO 63119
    314-968-1505

  • Historic Miner's Theatre

    204 W. Main St. Collinsville, IL 62234
    648-344-0026

    http://www.minersinstitute.org/index.php

  • Ivory Theatre

    7620 Michigan Ave. St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-631-8330

    http://www.theivorytheatre.com

  • James J. Eagan Civic Center Theater

    1 James J Eagan Drive Florissant, MO 63033
    314-921-5678

  • Jewish Community Center-Wool Studio Theatre

    Jewish Community Center-Wool Studio Theatre

    2 Millstone Campus Drive St Louis, MO 63146
    314-442-3283

    http://www.jccstl.com

  • The Jumpin

    The Jumpin' Jupiter

    7376 Manchester Road Maplewood, MO 63143
    314-645-5867

    http://www.thejumpinjupiter.com The brand-spankin' new Jumpin' Jupiter is St. Louis' first and only neo-supper club--inspired by the cabarets of old, the Jupiter offers burlesque, freak shows, and live music. Manager Ryan Callahan uses the Tropicana from I Love Lucy as an example of what they're going for. "You'd have a seat, you'd have a show, there was a stage, there was a house band. It was reliable every single time. Over the past 40 years, we've degraded into chaos -- we stopped having a high expectation of good food and entertainment." More >>

  • Kramer's Marionnette Theater

    4143 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-531-3313

    http://www.kramersmarionnettes.com Nestled on a residential street in the Central West End, Kramer's Marionnette Theatre has delighted generations of St. Louis children with its wholesome puppet shows, and it continues to do so today, despite the fact that the marionettes are decidedly non-electronic and are operated by hand. In fact, the five shows each season likely appeal to little ones because the carefully crafted puppets have real, hand-painted faces that aren't obstructed by glowing screens. Made in the onsite workshop, each puppet takes around 1,500 hours to create -- and before each show, you can learn about the process, and you can even buy a puppet friend to bring home! More >>

  • Kranzberg Arts Center

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    501 N Grand Blvd St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-289-1523

    http://www.kranzbergartscenter.org/ The Kranzberg Arts Center, a non-profit organization located in Grand Center, hosts a variety of creative endeavors. From exhibits to theater productions and music performances of all kinds, the schizophrenic calendar contains a plethora of options for the curious art lover to enjoy in its spaces. Sounds from the Kranzberg's stage varies from night-to-night, featuring everything from jazz and indie rock to hip-hop and experimental improvisation. The intimate studio setting helps visitors feel like a part of the experience rather than just an onlooker at show. More >>

  • Lindenwood

    Lindenwood's J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts

    2300 W. Clay St. St. Charles, MO 63301
    636-949-4433

    http://www.lindenwood.edu/center/

  • Little Theatre

    Clayton High School Clayton, MO 63105

  • Marble Stage Theater

    426 Crestwood Plaza St Louis, MO 63126
    314-732-4003

    http://www.berzerker.net/gregmatzkerfanclub/MS/

  • Maritz Auditorium and Theater

    1400 S. Highway Drive Fenton, MO 63026

  • Meramec Theatre

    11333 Big Bend Blvd. Kirkwood, MO 63122
    314-984-7562

    http://users.stlcc.edu/departments/mctheatre/

  • 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 >>

  • New Line Theatre

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

    http://www.newlinetheatre.com

  • Orris Theater

    265 Merchant St. Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670

  • The Playhouse at Westport Plaza

    635 Westport Plaza St Louis, MO 63146
    314-469-7529

    http://www.theplayhouseatwestport.com

  • 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 >>

  • Robert G. Reim Theatre

    Robert G. Reim Theatre

    111 S. Geyer Road Kirkwood, MO 63122
    314-821-2407

  • Royal Dumpe Dinner Theatre

    809 N. Second St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-621-5800

    http://www.royaldumpe.com

  • Saint Louis Science Center

    Saint Louis Science Center

    5050 Oakland Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-289-4400

    http://www.slsc.org

  • Saint Louis University-Xavier Hall

    Saint Louis University-Xavier Hall

    3733 W. Pine Mall St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-977-3327

    St. Louis University's Xavier Hall is a mecca for fine and performing arts. Located down an element-exposed walkway, the building hosts a variety of classes: fine arts, art history, theater, performance music and more. Inundated with future thespians, music theorists, and museum curators throughout the school year, Xavier Hall is used to facilitate the learning of fine and performing arts. Xavier Hall boasts a studio theatre and a mainstage theatre. Since opening in 1990, St. Louis University Theatre has reproduced works of Bertolt Brecht, William Shakespeare, Scott McPherson and more for the university stage. More >>

  • Shakespeare Festival-St Louis

    5715 Elizabeth Ave St Louis, MO 63110
    314-531-9800

    http://www.sfstl.com

  • Sidney Street Theatre

    2600 Iowa St. St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Skip Viragh Center For the Arts

    Skip Viragh Center For the Arts

    425 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Frontenac, MO 63131
    314-993-4400

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