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2016 Theater Circle Awards Sizzle Reel
The highly anticipated 2016 St. Louis Theater Circle Awards is right around the corner and the Higher Education Channel (HEC-TV) has your ticket!
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Reviews of Beautiful, Elephant’s Graveyard, Farce of Nature, The Miser, & The Dead, Mar. 3, 2016
Reviews of Beautiful ̶ The Carole King Musical, Elephant’s Graveyard, Farce of Nature, The Miser, and James Joyce’s The Dead.
Circus Flora celebrates its 30 anniversary with a new director
With their all-new 30th anniversary production, Circus Flora will celebrate St. Louis’ favorite summer activity – baseball!
The Beauty of Saint Louis
“The Beauty of Saint Louis” takes the viewer on a photographic tour of St. Louis
An American Tribute to Paris
“An American Tribute to Paris” takes the viewer on a photographic tour of Paris.
Reviews of Disgraced, Eleemosynary, Gidion’s Knot, Educating Rita, and others, Feb. 18, 2016
Reviews of Disgraced, Eleemosynary, Gidion’s Knot, I’ll Be Back Before Midnight, Educating Rita, As You Like It, & And in This Corner…Cassius Clay.
Reviews of Georama, The Weir, Underneath the Lintel, Shining City, and others, Feb. 4, 2016
Reviews of Georama, The Weir, Underneath the Lintel, Shining City, Good People, Giocoso, and Cosi fan tutte.
Reviews of The Lion in Winter, Sunset Baby, Newsies, and others, Jan. 21, 2016
Reviews of The Lion in Winter, Sunset Baby, Newsies, Enchanted April, God of Carnage, and The Other Side.
Glass: The Art of Sam Stang
Sam Stang’s glass art is known for its symmetry, design and vibrant colors.
We go into the archives at The Muny in Forest Park. Among the hidden treasures: photos of Cary Grant & Ed Sullivan plus records for US military troops overseas.
Variety Children’s Theatre
Young people with all levels of abilities get the chance to sing, dance and act in a Broadway style production thanks to Variety Children’s Theatre.
St. Louis Bop
The St. Louis Bop Preservation Society revived this 6-count descendant of the Lindy hop which was popular in St. Louis through the mid 1970s.
Saint Louis Art Museum: A Decade of Collecting
The Saint Louis Art Museum presents “A Decade of Collecting Prints, Drawings, and Photographs.”
International Countertenor Terry Barber – A Man of Many Voices
International Countertenor Terry Barber shares his amazing vocal range, previews his new CD release, “December Presence” & music video, “Habanera” from Carmen.
“Holiday Pops Spectacular” presented by St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra
The “Holiday Pops Spectacular,” performed by the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra, is a festive concert of orchestral favorites.
“A Gift to the City,” presented by the Webster University Department of Music
“A Gift to the City,” presented by the Webster University Department of Music, is a musical kaleidoscope of holiday selections.
Show Open and Laumeier Park Expansion
Laumeier Park expansion sparks new space and new ideas.
Peter and the Starcatcher
“Peter and the Starcatcher,” a prequel to “Peter Pan” has become a mega hit on Broadway, and the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis.
Tag along as professional auctioneers place a value on “treasures” brought in for appraisal
RAW Artists Collective
Raw is an art organization that features independent artists working in film, fashion, music, visual art, performing art, hairstylists, makeup artists and more.
Clowns on Call brings healing for the holiday
Clowns on Call brings laughter, healing, cheer, and the wonders of circus to hospitalized children and their families.
Fink: Fashion + Ink
Artist Kristen Kempton creates one of a kind wearable art pieces by hand printing fabrics using silk screens made from her original drawings.
Contemporary Art Museum Spring 2016 Opening
St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum opens their Winter/Spring 2016 exhibitions featuring Lisa Yuskavage, Arcangelo Sassolino, and more.
Comedienne Phyllis Shulman
Stand up comedienne Phyllis Shulman discovers that her comedy career is flourishing after her kids are grown & on their own.
Dr. Eric Leuthardt Pens
A book by neurosurgeon Eric Leuthardt imagines world where thoughts can be hacked into by others.
Rip Kastaris, Greek Iconographer
He’s an artist and teacher like his famous Greek ancestors. St. Louis iconographer Rip Kastaris has a sought after talent few American artists have mastered.
Artist Gary Lucy
Artist Gary Lucy captures, in light and shadow, the history and beauty of the inland waterways and the people who lived and traveled along America’s rivers.
Pulitzer New Exhibit Space
The Pulitzer Arts Foundation reconnects with St. Louis art lovers after an ambitious year-long renovation project.
The Luminary, April 2015
Art and its connection to social justice in communities like Ferguson is a theme in State of the Arts: The Luminary.
In the Spotlight: Mustard Seed Theatre
Exploring questions of faith and social justice is the mission of Mustard Seed Theatre. Because there are no easy answers, the theatre group’ goal is to spark c
Featuring Jazz Vocalist Feyza Eren & Her Quartet, June 2015
Feyza Eren & her quartet perform many jazz forms, including The American Songbook, Bossa Nova, and Swing. Don Wolff’s Jazz Hero award is celebrated.
Circus Flora Opening Weekend
Circus Flora comes alive with “One Summer on Second Street.”
Elegy to Connie
Elegy to Connie is an Animated Documentary that evaluates the 2008 shootings at Kirkwood City Hall, told through stories from Connie’s closest friends.
Metro Theater hosts St. Louis’ first ever family-friendly gala at the Pageant
A PLAYful Celebration: THE MONSTER RUMPUS was a night of unexpected encounters and activities at The Pageant.
St. Louis Theater Circle Awards – 2015
2015 St. Louis Theater Circle Awards: See local actors and actresses on stage unscripted.
Elizabeth “Bunny” Herring: Still Swinging in Wonderland
At 88, Elizabeth “Bunny” Herring is flying high under the big top. Hear why she left her debutante life in St. Louis as a teen to run away and join the circus.
Eric Leuthardt: Red Devil 4
Neurosurgeon Dr. Eric Leuthardt discusses his new science fiction novel, Red Devil 4.
St. Lou Fringe
Fringe connects audiences and performing arts of all disciplines including theatre, singing, magic, dance, performance art, slam poetry, vaudeville, and more.
Evil Prints: Disgusting the Masses is the slogan of of Tom Huck’s studio, in which he creates distinctive and edgy wood prints.
Margot is a visual artist who creates colorful portraits despite being legally blind.