West End Players Guild presents "Lonesome West," a brilliantly acted comedy-drama by Martin McDonagh.
Connoisseurs of dinosaurs are likely to have a fun time at “Triassic Parq,” a goofily entertaining Stray Dog Theatre production.
Show at the Fox is a first-rate American musical, and the cast of this touring production is great, too.
“Hand to God" boasts a first-rate cast, but the true star is a puppet.
"Hairspray" embraces the irreverence of its source material, a film that brought John Waters into the mainstream.
In a remarkable Moonstone production, playwright David Auburn’s absorbing tale of a reluctant math prodigy is a meditation on the pluses and minuses of moving on.
New Jewish Theatre returns to the stage to open its season with Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor."
Cast of four takes on playwright Patrick Barlow's speedy spy spoof in Repertory Theatre of St. Louis production of "The 39 Steps."
It’s a wonderful experience to see Puccini's masterpiece performed in the original Italian with elaborate staging, sets and costumes.
Touring production of “My Fair Lady,” at the Fox Theatre through April 3, is as mesmerizing as it is memorable.
The play is inspired by the true story of J. Marion Sims, who until recently was celebrated as “the father of modern gynecology.”
“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is so intriguingly bizarre that it would be worth seeing just for its nose-thumbing audacity.
“Stick Fly” addresses race and class with subtlety, nuance and an edginess rooted in hard truth.
Some folks will argue that the show delivers good bang for the buck. Others might find it more exhausting than exhilarating.
Hillary Clinton is an apt subject for the stage, as playwright Lucas Hnath demonstrates with offbeat comedy-drama “Hillary and Clinton.”
Focus of Donja R. Love’s play is not on crowds marching for equality but on a married couple struggling to conceal secrets.
Class conflict is at the heart of David Lindsay-Abaire’s funny, insightful play.
“The Prom” is an old-fashioned and unapologetically conventional musical disguised as a satirical romp plugged into the pop-culture zeitgeist.
This sort of material requires an actor of immense talent, and Jennifer Theby-Quinn is up to the challenge.
As part of its 15th season, Winter Opera St. Louis presents Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Gondoliers."
West End Players Guild presents intriguing, provocative and well-acted episodic drama.
Show features charming performances and imaginative staging.
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Hugely entertaining Midnight Company production of three-one act plays stars Joe Hanrahan and Ellie Schwetye.
New play boasts two of the finest performances to grace a St. Louis stage this year.
Stray Dog Theater production checks in with a character from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
Limited engagement at Stifel Theatre had energy and polish that often accompanies a more relaxed touring schedule.
The crowd-pleasing show based on a 1990 movie opens the Fox Theatre Broadway Series.
Neil Simon's comedy-drama is the first offering from the Moonstone Theatre Company.
“It Is Magic,” the latest Midnight Company production, is at once a celebration of theater and an exhilaratingly offbeat exploration of its possibilities.
Stray Dog Theatre presents offbeat comedy-drama.