Eight professional playwrights and five high school students will have their one-act plays performed during the St. Louis Actors' Studio's first annual LaBute New Theater Festival this summer at the Gaslight Theater. As its title suggests, the festival pays homage to playwright Neil LaBute, best kno ... More >>
Friday, August 28 *Pepperland, Blueberry HIll's Duck Room *PHUT/Confirmists/Theab Hits, Schlafly Tap Room *Silk, The Ambassador *XO, Vintage Vinyl (8 p.m.) *Hurts to Laugh, Firebird *Joe Stickley's Blue Print, Off Broadway *Truett and the Traitors, the Library *The Rumblejetts, Beale on Broadway
There's something for everyone among this week's openings. www.stagesstlouis.comKids are apt to be amused by Alice in Wonderland, this summer's musical for children at Stages St. Louis. You're not likely to see this show on Broadway or at the Fox. Based on the 1951 Disney animated movie (which in ... More >>
Like ships that pass in the night, this week some theater companies are concluding their seasons as others are just revving up. It makes for an unusually eclectic mix.www.circusflora.orgCircus Flora makes June fly by in Grand CenterSt. Louis Actors' Studio wraps up its second season with a homegrown ... More >>
Muddy Waters earns a bravo! New Jewish, not so much.
Which does Dennis like best?
The Lives of Others
Thanks for the memories: Dennis and Deanna break down 2006.
Black Cat Theatre throws itself a grand-opening bash.
She designs the duds that make the OSTL sing
This could be the start of something big
Uhan Shii takes you on My Journey
There's more than one way to stage a Cat
New Jewish Theatre plumbs Talley's Folly
Sydney Dance Company returns
Washington U. honors the playwright formerly known as Tom
Two contrasting plays offer theatrical mind games
Schnider's timing is right-on, and Russo's Petruchio is assured
The many colors and kinds of immigration are addressed in SIU-Edwardsville's grouping of nine one-act plays
By Sam Shepard (HotHouse Theatre Company)
Local theater companies conduct an ongoing search for places to ply their craft
Metro Theatre Company brings Nicholas Kryah's cool Iceman to the stage
By Martin McDonagh (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
Missourian Lanford Wilson comes to the Rep to stage his new play, Book of Days, with longtime collaborator Marshall Mason. A look behind the scenes at the men who changed American theater.