The tale of a homophobic baker ends it run on Sunday because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The latest offering from New Line Theatre, the show is set in the kingdom of Arcadia and features faux-Shakespearean dialogue.
It’s not long before the only characters onstage in “The Roommate” seem to be edging toward “Thelma & Louise” territory.
Low-key show at the Fox is hugely entertaining.
The Black Rep presents lesser-known Ntozake Shange play.
St. Louis Actors' Studio presents mesmerizing comedy-drama.
The concert featured Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 in E major
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis presents a Charles Ludlam classic.
Stray Dog Theatre presents late masterpiece by Edward Albee.
Metro Theater Company presents play based on young-adult novel.
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis presents a high-spirited comedy at the Ready Room in the Grove.
Upstream Theater presents a three-part farce.
New Jewish Theatre stages play based on Chaim Potok novel.
With no fewer than nine high C's from tenor Issac Frishman, the performance was musically exhilarating, visually vibrant and comically moving.
Debby Lennon pays tribute to classic singers in Max & Louie production.
The Rep presents Larissa FastHorse's hilarious four-character play.
Exploring musical relationships, with help from the orchestra
Show inspired by disco legend offers more spectacle than substance.
Black Rep stages brilliant production of August Wilson play.
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis presents Luis Alfaro's take on 'Medea.'
The play is similar to “A Christmas Carol” in its unapologetic sentimentality and burns with much the same life-affirming glow.
Dozens of characters turn up in playwright Becky Mode’s “Fully Committed.” But there’s only one person onstage.