Friday, May 22, 2015

Taylor Louderman comes back to the Muny by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

Bourbon actress starred in 'Bring It On' 

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New NJT season to open with Neil Simon by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

Comedies and dramas share the stage at the JCC

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Best Bets: Alabama Shakes, Greek Fest

We highlight some of the best events in the week ahead, including Opera Theatre's "Barber of Seville," the African Arts Festival in Forest Park and Gypsy Caravan at Family Arena.

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In Year of the Sheep, Lantern Festival returns to Botanical Garden by Jhenderson@post-Dispatch.com

Dragon horses, porcelain elephants and silk pandas are part of translucent show

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Spring to Dance Festival returns on a new day by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Festival held on Memorial Day weekend is now Friday through Sunday.

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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Arts organizations receive $250,000 in grants by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Projects funded by the PNC Foundation include a dance tribute and a new opera.

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Chinese photographers touring STL this week by Jholleman@post-Dispatch.com

Sister-city trip also includes photo exhibit at several local galleries.

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Chesterfield Parks, Recreation & Arts announces summer concert series by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

The Chesterfield Parks, Recreation & Arts Division has announced not one but two free summer concert series for the summer. Both take place at the Chesterfield Amphitheater.

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Sunday, May 17, 2015

'Hysterically funny' and musically beautiful, 'Barber of Seville' opens Opera Theatre season by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

Conductor Ryan McAdams, a St. Louis native, has a personal connection to the show.

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Director looks at 'Antony and Cleopatra' as an actor-driven story by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

Burroughs graduate Mike Donahue worked as a production assistant on the first Shakespeare Festival St. Louis play, “Romeo and Juliet.”

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You don't need a Derby as a reason to race to Louisville by Ghartwig@post-Dispatch.com

The vibrant Kentucky city is filled with cultural experiences, family fun, nightlife, and lots to eat and drink

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Friday, May 15, 2015

At the Kemper, fine art is in heavy 'Rotation' by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Museum reveals some of the works donated by art collector Peter Norton.

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St. Louis Classical Guitar Society announces 2015-16 season by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

It's a truly international lineup of instrumentalists.

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

'Mad Max: Fury Road' will blow your mind and keep you thoroughly entertained

“Mad Max: Fury Road” is the most thrilling, original, visionary and bonkers movie of 2015. This is made even more astounding by the fact it was made by a director rebooting his own 30-ye…

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Here's what's trending on St. Louis Shazam charts

St. Louis' most-Shazamed tracks, brought to you exclusively by Go! Magazine and STLtoday.com.

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Best Bets: Renaissance Faire, Zac Brown Band and more

We highlight some of the best events in the week ahead, including "Antony and Cleopatra" in Forest Park and Art on the Square in Belleville.

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'St. Louis Walk of Fame' book out with a new edition by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

The book of stars — of stars on the St. Louis Walk of Fame and the people they celebrate, that is  — is out in a new edition that acknowledges the Classes of 2014 and 2015 on the side…

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'Slide the City' is coming to O'Fallon in July by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Event will feature a 1,000-foot waterslide.

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St. Lou Fringe gets shaking by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

This year's shows hold a preview party

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Muny rounds out cast for 'Into the Woods' by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

Many favorite St. Louis performers will appear

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Monday, May 11, 2015

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra announces 2015-16 'Live at Powell Hall' series by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

Gospel, movies, video games: It's all at next season's 'Live at Powell Hall'

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Sunday, May 10, 2015

The scoop on this season's operas at Opera Theatre St. Louis by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

The company has a mix of styles with a comedy, a tragedy, a rarity and a contemporary work.

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How Opera Theatre's top trio got into opera by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

OTSL's top trio talks about how they fell in love with opera

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Opera Theatre of St. Louis' 40th season begins with 'The Barber of Seville' by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

Opera really is for everyone, and OTSL wants you to try it out.

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Saturday, May 9, 2015

Muny announces many of this summer's performers by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

Actors include many audience favorites.

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'My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding' tells a family's true story by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

Musical comedy is playing at New Jewish Theatre.

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McClure returns to the Muny twice this summer by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com

He plans to run every night as Lumiere and the Baker.

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Friday, May 8, 2015

Music review: An impressive concert 'Aida' from Robertson & Co. by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is the on-stage pit band.

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European Union's new Opera Platform streams live opera - free by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

Verdi's 'La Traviata,' from Madrid's Teatro Real, is the first offering

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$115,000 awarded to St. Louis arts organizations by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Recipients include Jazz St. Louis, Laumeier Sculpture Park.

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