Stray Dog Theatre presents offbeat comedy-drama.
The story takes place at a facility where men accused of sexual misconduct are subjected to an algorithm designed to rehabilitate them.
Two-character show about a friendship that transcends death is quite unlike the irreverent and often irrepressibly wacky fare that has made th…
Directed by Stages artistic director Michael Hamilton, the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is one for the ages.
West End Players Guild presents Steven Dietz’s comedy-drama.
Works by Edward Albee and Harold Pinter open company's season.
Somi Kakoma wrote and stars in tribute to Miriam Makeba.
Economic uncertainty threatens longtime friendships in “Sweat,” the powerful and poignant production that opens the 45th Black Rep season.
It's a savvy visualization of their worldview and a witty setting for songs by composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb, the team most famou…
Bursting with songs that just about dare the audience to dance, "On Your Feet!" traces Gloria Estefan's arc from aspiring singer to indisputable star.
Williams Festival presents one of playwright's classics.
This tale of Oregon backwoodsmen who long for romance but have little experience with women is bursting with big emotions and catchy songs.
Diana DeGarmo and Zoe Vonder Haar star in Stages' popular tribute to legendary country singer.
Stray Dog Theatre presents sophisticated comedy.
That the classic musical is still capable of charming the most diehard cynic is a tribute to its wonderfully engaging songs.
Michelle Hand portrays an advice columnist in a richly theatrical piece that addresses themes of loneliness, alienation and despair with an in…
Set against the backdrop of St. Louis' historic Gaslight Square, Muny season opener conjures a mood of nostalgic enchantment.
Joe Hanrahan plays Henry, an unapologetic liar, mesmerizing storyteller and the only character onstage for the duration of the enigmatic but e…
Each 20-minute opera was to answer the question posed by OTSL general director Andrew Jorgensen: “How are you feeling about the world?”
"Mlima's Tale," a brilliant and brutally honest chronicle of an elephant’s murder and its aftermath, aspires to, and achieves, mythic resonance.
Opera Theatre of St. Louis presents “La Voix Humaine," in which the audience eavesdrops on the final phone conversation between soon-to-be ex-lovers.
St. Louis Shakespeare Festival production of ‘King Lear,’ starring Tony winner André De Shields, is nothing short of spellbinding.