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All three Shakespeare in the Streets performances were cancelled
'Blow, Winds' is an adaptation of 'King Lear,' set in St. Louis
The Inevitable Theatre Company makes its St. Louis debut with 'Unsuspecting Susan.'
'Blow, Winds' may be up Saturday night
Stages St. Louis closes the season with 'South Pacific'
Director/choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge goes beyond language to tell the story of a brilliant, troubled boy
'Dot' finds three siblings trying to cope with their mother's dementia
She plays the meanest of the 'Mean Girls'
Kirkwood plans to bring theater downtown
A famed musical and an obscure drama open in St. Louis
O'FallonTheatreWorks stages three shows a year
Rep season opens with 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'
'Blow, Winds' is rooted in Shakespeare's "King Lear"
Ron Himes looks forward to lots of projects with the troupe he started 41 seasons ago
St. Louis Shakespeare season continues with 'Titus Andronicus'
The actor and director pioneered theater in prisons
Rebels and Misfits mounts "Uncle Vanya" in a beautiful midcentury house
Steven Woolf, who has headed the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis since 1986, will retire at the end of the 2018-2019 season.
R-S Theatrics packs the house with the musical about life at the tip of Manhattan Island
R-S stages his first hit, 'In the Heights'
St. Louis Shakespeare stages Mark Twain's 'Is He Dead?, adapted by David Ives
Menken and Feldman musical has never played the big Forest Park theater before
Revue presents show tunes from the viewpoints of five gay men
'Hedda Gabler' highlights a season of musicals, drama and comedy
Stray Dog's musical reveals current issues from a historic perspective
A big piece of 'All Shook Up' can live on in your back yard
Himes leads the troupe he founded into Season 41
An accused ax-murderer, sophisticates on holiday and primitive life forms will sing and dance at the edgy musical troupe
Denis Jones' A Chorus Line' is all about childhood
Dramas explore differences in age, religion and politics