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“Treemonisha” is about to receive its world premiere, opening Opera Theatre of St. Louis’ 2023 festival season.
“Everything is returning to what we have loved and what we’ve not been able to do during the ... pandemic,” general director Andrew Jorgensen says.
James Lee III aims to elevate ancient city's importance and capture its grandiosity with "Visions of Cahokia."
Pioneering filmmaker, writer, actor, artist and monologist brings his annual holiday extravaganza, “A John Waters Christmas,” to the Sheldon.
Sarah Bryan Miller is the subject of a new documentary, “The Places Music Has Taken Me,” which will air on KETC (Channel 9).
Attending classical music events is, for the most part, a year-round proposition in St. Louis. But in the fall, things really start kicking up.
Union Avenue Opera weathered 2021 under the Big Top, but artists are happy to be back inside, where storytelling and attention to detail can improve.
"Harvey Milk" at Opera Theatre of St. Louis sets out to educate and entertain with story of heroic figure in gay rights movement.
"Awakenings," which debuts at Opera Theatre of St. Louis, is adapted from a book by neurologist Oliver Sacks, who treated patients with encephalitis lethargica.
The four concerts offer classical music enthusiasts an all-too-rare opportunity to hear some of today’s finest musicians in recital.
Rather than perform in parking lots during the pandemic, St. Louis native took to the internet for storytime video series and "Pubcast."
OTSL has announced the upcoming world premieres of two operas as well as an initiative to bring new, nontraditional voices into the creative process.
Opera Theatre of St. Louis has announced the appointment of Daniela Candillari as its first principal conductor.
Comedian Tom Papa stayed busy during pandemic but says being away from audiences made him value live shows more.
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra has moved its Jan. 21-23 concerts to April 15-16.
Stephen Glover of "Jackass" is still filming crazy stunts to provide raw material for his "Bucket List Tour."
Webster Groves High School grad Yolanda Alovor was most recently chief of staff and VP of diversity at Rosemont College.
Though precautions remain in place, we're able to gather again to enjoy the many wonderful performances the St. Louis classical community has to offer.
Former Minnesota senator and "Saturday Night Live" cast member returns to his roots with stand-up comedy tour.
After livestreaming and recording during pandemic, Italian opera superstar is happy to once again "feel the emotion of the audience."
Resilience is a theme of the orchestra’s 2021-22 season, it’s 142nd, and third with Stéphane Denève as music director.
After cancellations, virtual events and wondering when we might be able to hear live music again, the answer is: It’s happening.
Diltz, who has shot more than 250 album covers and was the official Woodstock photographer, will be honored by International Photography Hall of Fame.
Alt-cabaret act known for stripping to undies combines pop songs with holiday tunes for "I Touch My Elf"
When “Live From Here,” the radio variety show produced by American Public Media and heard locally on KWMU-FM, is performed onstage Saturday at Powell Symphony Hall, it will close a kind …
In his most recent stand-up comedy special, “Annihilation,” Patton Oswalt does something extraordinary: He tells the story of becoming a widower — his wife, true-crime writer Michelle …
Usually, interacting with a comedian goes by another name: heckling.
Dane Cook has felt your, um, opprobriation. And he’s fine with it.
When HP Newquist and a group of partners conceived of the National Guitar Museum in 2009, they thought it probable that, somewhere, such an institution already existed.
“Opportunities don’t just present themselves. You have to seek them out.”