In St. Louis, it might have gone from zero to one hundred (degrees, that is) in a snap, but summer doesn’t officially begin until Thursday, June 21—the summer solstice. We’ve compiled ten ways to [...]
Is opera a modern art? It’s a question you’ll find yourself asking as you watch Opera Theater of Saint Louis’ new production of Gluck’s "Orfeo and Euridice."
The center has added new additions: Peacock Studio, Emerson Studio and The Gold Art & Design Studio—as well as the Staenberg Performance Lab, which will be a space for rehearsals and performances.
The high-society world of 'Regina' is a hollow one. And no matter how seductive it might seem, any desire untethered to love has no more weight than a handful of cotton fluff off the vine.
"An American Solider" is a gritty, moving and documentary-sharp take on what it means to die for the country you love, even when your country doesn’t always love you back.
“Because I’m not from here, there’s still this dissonance with St. Louis. I’ll never understand it fully, but I truly don’t think anyone really does.”
Memorial Day weekend is upon us. These three blissful days of vacation provide the perfect opportunity to break from your routine and venture outside to enjoy the recent arrival of the summer sun [...]
The Rep's 2018-2019 season includes “Evita” (Sept. 5 – 30), “A Doll’s House, Part 2” (Oct. 10 – Nov. 4) and “A Christmas Story,” featuring the infamous Ralphie Parker (Nov. 28 - Dec. 23).