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For its 18th mainstage show, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis again stages the play that started it all in 2001
Years after it won the Tony for Best Musical, it still has the power to shock
Some $25 tickets will be available before each performance
The musical about a couple has been double-cast: Audience members will see different performers depending on which show they attend
Aaron Posner plays fast and loose with Chekhov in 'Life Sucks'
Many entertainers, from legends to children took a turn in the one-time-only production.
Big centennial show has to wait until Saturday night
A groundbreaking performer with Theatre Project company, he continued working through last month
Capital campaign will support modernization of the stage, technical support and the theater's endowment
Everyone is invited to celebrate the outdoor theater's 100th season
The play's title refers to an old, rattletrap vehicle. But at Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis, the production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” moves like a bullet train, racing across…
Sean Michael organizes company around issues of gender and sexuality
The 2018 festival is built around Tennessee Williams' great drama
Norbert Leo Butz of St. Louis is nominated for actor in a featured role in a musical, "My Fair Lady."
Actors shine in 'Judgment at Nuremberg.'
Recent plays with Shakespearean roots will come this fall
John Contini and Jerry Vogel star in two different plays as men with dementia
'Hamilton' returns to the Fox during the 2019-20 season
Alexander Ferguson is ready for almost anything in the tour show winding up at the Fox
Fashion show kicks off SHAKE 38
Clayton couple takes their passion for theater to the next level
New play and new treatments lie ahead
Bio-revue includes many of her hits
The audience helps in a pinch
Earlier this year, Ellie Schwetye directed a bracing production of Lauren Gunderson's drama about a pioneering woman scientist, astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, at the West End Players Guild.Th…
Young theater-goers should especially like this new punk treatment
Next year's shows look at history plus music
Nikkole Salter's "Torn Asunder" is rooted in history
Tom Ridgely and Edward M. Coffield will take on the roles in the months ahead.
New York director Tom Ridgely assumes the leadership role
Playwright David Ives gives a 17th-century argument modern resonance