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Corinne Melançon returns to the theater she thinks of as her second home
Writer Dick Scanlan revises a musical to emphasize its heroine's real life
The Muny continues this exceptionally polished season with a show that’s never been here before, “All Shook Up!”
"King Lear" inspires this year's production
His political play "Percentage America" tells a short, gripping story
Magic Smoking Monkey Theatre spoofs great American movies
Pretty far into “On Golden Pond,” Ethel Thayer (Susie Wall) reminds her husband, Norman (Joneal Joplin), that he's always been obsessed with death. It's not just because they're marking …
In "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," Jeffrey Schecter gives his all.
"All Shook Up" makes its Muny debut
For the first time, Dave Nadelberg brings his international cult hit "Mortified" to town
Last week's Scuttle the Seagull is this week's leading man
St. Louis Shakespeare's Magic Smoking Monkey Theatre has its way with classic films
Rick Dildine will head the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
The puppeteer, actor and director has turned into a Muny star
One series concentrates on comedies, the other on tribute shows
Theatre Macabre debuts with an Irish black comedy
'The Little Mermaid' offers good performances and beautiful ensemble numbers
William Inge's drama takes the stage at ACT INC
For the first time, St. Louis schools and students are involved in the musical theater awards
Triton and Ariel suffer through the teen years, just like everybody else
The Midnight Company and Theatre Nuevo build atmosphere with offbeat stages
Insight moves to the Grand Center with a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical
"Jesus Christ Superstar" director Gordon Greenberg brings the present, the 1970s and ancient times together
ACT INC opens its season with 'The 39 Steps'
The Peabody Opera House has announced four shows for its 2017-18 Broadway Series of theatrical productions: “Elf the Musical,” “Kinky Boots,” “Buddy — The Buddy Holly Story” an…
Director/choreographer Stephen Bourneuf styles it as a true ensemble piece
St. Louis writer Stephen Peirick finds 'Monsters' among us
'Sweet Smell of Success' conjures up a New York fueled by 'Dirt'
Stages St. Louis stuns Hannah Haedike with an unexpected ceremony
100 years ago tonight — June 5, 1917 — the first show in what would become the Muny was staged.
Playwright Will Eno talks about his work as 'Title and Deed' gets ready to open here