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Both "Sweeney Todd" and "Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins" will be postponed until next summer.
Show had previously been postponed.
One-person show moves to August.
Check them out on the theater company's Facebook page.
And there's six musical genres to choose from.
Company expects to start new season in the fall.
"Always ... Patsy Cline," scheduled to begin Sept. 4, will proceed as planned.
Maggie Ryan, the troupe's founder and artistic director, cited financial difficulties as the reason.
The Fox hopes to arrange new 2020 dates for the touring production. Ticket holders should keep their tickets until new dates are announced.
Musical was to be presented Saturday at Stifel Theatre.
“Lovely Sunday," a Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis production of a lesser-known Williams play, won four, including outstanding director and ensemble in a comedy.
Show had been scheduled to begin performances on Thursday.
Shows may be postponed or canceled.
Offerings include 'Zoo Story,' 'Straight White Men,' 'Hand to God.'
"Much Ado About Nothing" moves to August.
Stage musical had been scheduled for Fox Theatre next week.
Event was to headline 'Hamilton' star Renée Elise Goldsberry.
Dance ensemble has been rescheduled for 2021.
We're compiling a guide to keep readers updated about fundraisers, volunteer efforts and other activities addressing the situation in St. Louis.
Somi wrote and stars in musical premiering at the Rep.
Shows include "Crossing Delancey" and "They're Playing Our Song."
The latest offering from New Line Theatre, the show is set in the kingdom of Arcadia and features faux-Shakespearean dialogue.
Capsule reviews for professional theater on St. Louis stages.
An killer whale and killer plant figure prominently in the upcoming season, which also includes a recent play by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage.
It’s not long before the only characters onstage in “The Roommate” seem to be edging toward “Thelma & Louise” territory.
Low-key show at the Fox is hugely entertaining.
The Black Rep presents lesser-known Ntozake Shange play.
"The Rose Tattoo" will be staged at the Grandel.
Artistic director Hana S. Sharif says the idea is to provide the St. Louis community with "a new tradition that will endure for years to come."