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.
For Opera Theatre of St. Louis, a silver lining in the pandemic cloud includes “Highway 1, U.S.A.” by William Grant Still, the “dean” of Afric…
Opera Theater St. Louis begins its outdoor festival season with Giacomo Puccini’s “Gianni Schicchi,” a lighthearted one-act comic opera.
A year after the pandemic closed concert halls, live opera returns this weekend.
Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis presented the classic play on Classic 107.3 due to the pandemic.
The concerts are abbreviated; this one was just an hour long, with no intermission. But it incorporated an awful lot of fine playing.
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.