Avatars populate the new comedy at Mustard Seed Theater.
Monday, March 28, 2011--Deanna Jent, of Webster Groves, attends the 6th Annual Kevin Kline Awards at the Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts at Webster University. Sarah Conard | freelance
'All Is Calm' returns for the holiday season.
'All Is Calm' looks back at World War I in music
Pearl Harbor frames an interracial romance in Rob Maesaka's world-premiere drama
St. Louis playwright Rob Maesaka works beside director Deanna Jent as they watch the rehearsal for "White to Gray" on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, a Mustard Seed Theatre production set to debut Feb. 6 at Fontbonne University. The story explores the meaning love and loyalty as a white American man…
'All Is Calm' will run almost to Christmas.
Music director Joe Schoen leads the challenging a cappella singing.
World-premiere drama "Human Terrain" opens the season at Fontbonne.
In "Human Terrain," an American anthropologist (Melissa Gerth, left) embedded with U.S. troops forms an unlikely friendship with an Iraqi widow (Wendy R. Greenwood). Mustard Seed Theatre presents the world premiere of the play at the Fontbonne Fine Arts Theatre. Photo by Deanna Jent
Mustard Seed revives 'Falling' and the Black Rep stages a Nigerian comedy.
Two troupes mount big hits a second time.
Hit show joins a season of world premieres.
Award recipients Deanna Jent (left) and Antonio Rodriguez visit during a reception before the 2014 St. Louis Theater Circle awards at COCA in University City Monday, March 17, 2014. Photo by Sid Hastings
Show will benefit Mustard Seed Theatre's Austism Education Project.
Artisans lived in an isolated African-American community in Alabama.
Macon (Reginald Pierre) and Sadie (Jacqueline Thompson) quarrel in "Gee's Bend." Photo by Deanna Jent
Sadie (Jacqueline Thompson, left) learns to quilt from her mother, Alice (Marty Casey), in "Gee's Bend" at Mustard Seed Theatre. Photo by Deanna Jent
Austin Pendleton leads one of many workshops that St. Louis troupes present so actors can hone their skills.
With great reviews and sold-out houses, "All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914" has turned into a big hit for Mustard Seed Theatre.