Passion, vulnerability and artistry on stage.
The St. Lou Fringe Festival—basically the wild west of theatre.
"There is no such thing as a perfect performance. Every night as an actor, you go out there and you’re very vulnerable and you put yourself out there, never knowing how the audience is going to react."
"Theatre is a metaphor for so much. You want something that ... where you, as an audience member, think, “I know why they wanted to tell this story. It’s an ephemeral kind of human connection.”
The current CEO of St. Louis’ outdoor theatre, the Muny, began his time at the iconic institution as a trash picker back in 1968, at the age of 16. Next year will be the theatre’s 100th season [...]
Chris Kotera says people from the Midwest are big dreamers. "But because we grow up so far from New York and Los Angeles, it all seems like a fantasy-land dream. That almost makes you dream [...]
O’Leary, the institution’s general director, has been at the helm since 2008. Under his leadership, the organization’s endowment has grown 75 percent, annual contributions have increased and a [...]
Featuring Charles Pasternak and Cherie Corinne Rice in lead roles, the main-stage production for this year’s Shakespeare Festival St. Louis is set to take place June 2-25 at Forest Park's [...]