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'Blow, Winds' premiers downtown during the run of 'Romeo and Juliet' in Forest Park
'Stones in His Pockets' feels like a little trip to Ireland
With Stages St. Louis, three under-served schools here will be among the first in the country to Jumpstart Theatre
SATE closes the season with John Steinbeck's classic
Hit songs and great choreography infuse the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan
Gory, funny and musical, 'Titus Androgynous' owes a big debt to theater history
A diverse cast gives 'Of Mice and Men' contemporary resonance
The drama is a change of mood, and size, for Joe Hanrahan's troupe
Two casts join forces to tell a nutty story in ASL and spoken English
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis artistic director Steven Woolf makes no secret of his love for plays that deal with physics: “Copenhagen,” “Constellations,” the extraordinary “Humbl…
Disappointed fans can still hope for luck in the lottery
High demand has greeted the show everywhere it plays
Actor Jim Poulos spent months getting ready to play the role of a lifetime
John O'Hagan joins the ranks of actors who have played the famous detective.
Director Paul Mason Barnes and actor Jim Poulos create a clear, vibrant staging of Shakespeare's towering tragedy
Improv artists show their stuff at Compass
Departure comes during the 2017-18 'Hamilton' season
This cheesy horror-comedy show is perfect for its fans
The big outdoor theater in Forest Park announces the shows for its 100th season
Shakespeare in the Streets show was cancelled because of downtown protests
'Sweet Revenge' infuses comedy with the history of Polish immigrants here
Here’s the exciting thing about “Cardenio,” the new production at St. Louis Shakespeare: 10 minutes before the ending, you can’t decide if it will end with two weddings or four funer…
In its 51st season, the Rep at last produces 'Hamlet'
'Spring Awakening' bridges multi-generation gaps with its alt-rock music to tell an old story
This week's offerings are different enough to appeal to very different audiences
'A Walk in the Woods' has noble intentions, little life
'Lizzie' takes a smart, anachronistic look at a famous murder
New Line presents the St. Louis premier of 'Lizzie'
Playwright Cory Finley's protagonist takes a long, strange trip - or does he?
All three Shakespeare in the Streets performances were cancelled
'Blow, Winds' is an adaptation of 'King Lear,' set in St. Louis