4 Theater Events to Check Out in St. Louis this Month
Dramas, comedies and unusual events take the main stage this month in St. Louis. Check out our list of the top theater events that you won’t want to miss below.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
April 2-18, Tower Grove Abbey
The unfinished mystery originally penned by Charles Dickens is put on for a large audience at The Fox, left open-ended so that the guests can choose the ending they prefer. Set in Victorian times, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” is entertaining, hilarious and interactive.
April 10-12, The Fox Theatre
Recognized for its impressive percussion arrangement made from trash cans, sticks, tires and just about anything you can imagine, Stomp puts on a high-energy show filled with rhythm, music, comedy and so much more.
An Invitation Out
April 10-26, Mustard Seed Theatre
Exploring online, virtual dating and relationships, as well as those that take place in a more physical, realistic setting, “An Invitation Out” follows the life of one young man who is searching for truth and those who can keep his interest even when’s offline.
I Love Lucy Live on Stage
April 17-19, Peabody Opera House
Don’t miss the beloved redhead and her talented Cuban-American husband, Lucy and Ricky, as they put on a show by discovering how to operate a new TV, worry about Lucy trying out for a live show and get into plenty of unbelievable situations. Honor the “I Love Lucy” show, its legacy and the ever-famous Lucille Ball when you attend this new theatrical event based on a few of the original episodes.