Courtesy of the artist.This Sunday, Ben Folds performs a sold-out show at Powell Hall alongside the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. We talked to the versatile, potty-mouthed and misunderstood performer during a rare moment of rest between rehearsing for one of his many orchestral concerts and j ... More >>
An American heroLast night in Washington, D.C., funny folks from all over came together to honor Tina Fey in the name of Missouri native son Mark Twain. Fey was the 13th recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor from the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.The prize recognizes Ameri ... More >>
B-Sides takes a pull of Earthworms' Burbon and rocks out to...Tetris?
Week of April 6, 2005
Week of January 26, 2005
But Scrooge-like contributors could bring the curtain down
Linda Stephens comes full circle with My Fair Lady
Week of October 22, 2003
As the woman from hell in Damn Yankees!, McKenzie Frye is downright heavenly
U. City native Peter Martin releases a live album for local label MaxJazz's new piano series
Friday, Feb. 2; Sheldon Concert Hall.
Time for Chuck Berry to roll over, says rock legend Johnnie Johnson
Through June 18; various venues
Published the week of February 16
Metro Theatre Company brings Nicholas Kryah's cool Iceman to the stage
The Reduced Shakespeare Company offers the condensed version of human events with History Ain't What It Used to Be: The Complete Millennium Musical