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Dancer Omari Mizrahi, who has performed with Janet Jackson, Jidenna and others, is bringing his voguing expertise to the Washington University campus this week.
Tyler Perry’s “Madea’s Farewell Play Tour” hits the Fox Theatre just in time for Mother’s Day weekend with shows all weekend -- May 10-12.
If early buzz is any indication, St. Louis is looking at what could be its strongest contender yet on “The Voice.”
Jenifer Lewis, “The Mother of Black Hollywood” and co-star of ABC’s “Black-ish,” will appear at Harris-Stowe State University on Oct. 9.
“I wanna be the only person who does what I do," she says. "The only blonde with a wig and jokes and guitar — just me and Dolly Parton."
Fans of the late Chuck Berry heard his hits once again at a tribute show Sept. 9 at LouFest. Huey Lewis, Captain Kirk Douglas of the Roots, Britt Daniel and Adam Fishel of Spoon, Cory Henry,…
The last time Jennifer Holliday performed in St. Louis, it was in her signature role as Effie White in the Muny’s 2011 production of “Dreamgirls,” an experience she remembers fondly.
The musical opens Nov. 7 at the Fox Theatre.
The tour runs through Oct. 15 at the Fox Theatre.
The production is taking place at .Zach.
Who’s looking out for Whitney Houston’s legacy? It can hardly catch a break these days.
His short film "50 Paint Bottles," an ode to Spike Lee's classic "Do the Right Thing," will premiere at the Tivoli Theatre.
An evening with Leslie Odom Jr., the Tony Award-winning star of Broadway’s “Hamilton,” will take place Dec. 3 at Powell Hall in an event presented by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
It’s never too soon to start planning for New Year’s Eve. There are tons of great options, including concerts, parties, comedy shows and family events.
The theater company will perform a special concert version of "Dreamgirls."
The Black Rep is searching for a performer to be featured in its special “Dreamgirls” in concert event on Nov. 5 at the 560 Music Center’s E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall.
Gabriel Violett is new to coach Alicia Keys' team.
Nelly can add a new first to his accomplishments -- he has lined up a performance with the St. Louis Symphony.
“Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida” made a triumphant return to the Muny on Monday night, kicking off the company’s final show of the season with a story of doomed lovers.
Michelle Williams was formerly one-third of the best-selling group Destiny's Child.
Single tickets are on sale today for the St. Louis Symphony classical and Live at Powell Hall concerts, with the addition of seven concerts added to the LAPH concert lineup.
Williams starred in “Aida” on Broadway and also appeared in “The Color Purple,” “Chicago” and “Fela!” on Broadway.