8 p.m. Friday, May 6. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
9 p.m. Friday, March 4. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene
Whitney Curtis | stagesstlouis.orgOh, craps! Guys and dollars!Had you been a Tony Awards voter in the early 1950s, would you have voted for Guys and Dolls, which debuted on Broadway in November 1950 (and which opens a four-week stint at Stages St. Louis this weekend), or for The King and I, which ... More >>
The New York Times follows up on its recent John Goodman profile with a review of the current Broadway production of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot.Joan MarcusBill Irwin, John Goodman, Nathan Lane (foreground, L to R) and John Glover (far L, in background) wait for GOD-oh.You probably already kn ... More >>
Via the Associated Press: Producer James L. Nederlander says he has acquired the rights for a stage version of Michael Jackson's iconic music-video spoof of horror films. The show will include songs from two of the pop king's best-selling albums, "Thriller" and "Off the Wall."... "I love the idea o ... More >>
It's as strong as ever in Andrea Sings Astaire.
Forget everything you ever knew about The Lion King.
Sometimes there's nothing more satisfying than a good revue.
No, this ain't New York, but the shows sure go on.
Act Inc. presents the mother of all backstage theater comedies
Time for that tuneful question: What are the best Broadway musicals of all time?
Webster alum Jerry Mitchell brings Hairspray back to the Fox
Wednesday, March 29, 8 p.m. Pop's (1403 Mississippi Avenue, Sauget, Illinois).
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
Composer Stephen Schwartz gets Wicked
A Funny Thing hasn't been the same since Mostel
Washington U. takes a dim view of Hair
Producer Rocco Landesman comes home to talk about Broadway (and baseball)
Ken Page throws his homegrown weight behind Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar
America's most important theater composer is busting out all over
Gregory Harrison brings a little Chicago to St. Louis
This witless, low-cal production disappoints
The Black Rep gives St. Louis a Raisin to believe
When audiences dug the dexedrine-fueled, pot-stoked Nervous Set at the Crystal Palace back in 1959, St. Louis was like cool, man, cool
Week of December 10, 2003
Jeanine Tesori reveals what made her modernize Millie
Linda Stephens comes full circle with My Fair Lady
Week of August 27, 2003
The summer season in Forest Park had some highs, but let's keep them in perspective
Michel Bell continues the legacy of a theater anthem
Stephen Schwartz shows how it's done
New Line Theatre lifts up its voice to bring you a new musical revue
Mel Brooks isn't the only guy who should get credit for Broadway's hottest ticket
Fontbonne's version of Godspell thrills utterly
Broadway steals from Hollywood -- warts and all
Characters & Company's production of a Broadway near-miss dissects the American fixation on beauty pageants
Is the seminal '70s musical still in style?
By Adam Guettel and Tina Landau (New Line Theatre)
May 26 - June 2, 1999