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Reviews of, Grey Gardens, John & Jen, Orgullo, The Mikado, others, July 21, 2016
Reviews of Grey Gardens, John & Jen, Orgullo, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Young Frankenstein, The Mikado, Trick and Anotonia, and A Company of Wayward Saints.
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The Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
Chris Grega, the director of “35 Days,” speaks about the Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, along with Cinema St. Louis’s artistic director, Chris Clark.
CAM Hosts the Final Internet Cat Video Festival
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis celebrates cat culture in the third and final Internet Cat Video Festival.
Meet the Aritsts: Joachim Knill
Joachim Knill is a mixed media installation artist from Hannibal, Missouri. He will presenting his work at the 2017 Saint Louis Art Fair.
Meet the Artists: Gillian Kemper
Gillian Kemper is an oil monotype printmaker. She will be presenting her work at the 2017 Saint Louis Art Fair.
Reviews of The Music Man and 42nd Street and Heather Matthews interview, July 7, 2016
Reviews of The Music Man and 42nd Street and interview with actor Heather Matthews.
Shellback Iron Works
David Stavron, owner of Shellback Iron Works, has taken the art of furniture making to a whole new level.
Reviews of Shalimar the Clown, Company, It Shoulda Been You, Alice in Wonderland, others, June 23, 2016
Reviews of Shalimar the Clown, Company, It Shoulda Been You, Inherit the Wind, Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, Wizard of Oz, Mad Max, & Alice in Wonderland.
5 films from the 48 Hour Film Project, August 2016
Meet 5 talented young filmmakers who, with their teams, created short films from scratch in 48 hours.
Meet the Artists: Tony Cray
Tony Cray is a glass artist based near St. Louis. He will be presenting his work at the 2017 Saint Louis Art Fair.
SLAM Celebrates Folk Art with Self-Taught Genius
The Saint Louis Art Museum will present Self-Taught Genius: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum from June 19 through September 11, 2016.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Forest Park
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis is staging one of the Bard’s most famous comedies, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” as part of Shakespeare in the Park.
Poetic artistry studying “Hidden Messages: The Subtlety of Oppression”
The Kranzberg Arts Center Gallery presents “Hidden Messages: The Subtlety of Oppression,” a poetry based exhibit by Darin Wigfall and Emily Timmerman.
Reviews of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ariadne on Naxos, Macbeth, Pastime, Broken Bone Bathtub, and Atomic, June 9, 2016
Reviews of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Ariadne on Naxos, Verdi’s Macbeth, Circus Flora’s Pastime, Broken Bone Bathtub, and Atomic.
Fatal Call is a suspense/action feature.
Critical Mass for the Visual Arts Presents “Seed the Change”
Seed the Change was a weekend-long collaborative drawing art project along the St. Louis Riverfront using black sunflower seeds and millet.
Circus Flora Presents a Home Run of a Show
Circus Flora is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a new baseball themed show that features acrobatics, tightropes, live animals, and much more!
The Bruno David Gallery Presents its Summer Exhibition
The Bruno David Gallery in Saint Louis presents exhibits by Charles Reay, Daniel Raedeke, and Yvonne Osei. Reay and Osei discuss their work.
2016 Spring To Dance Festival
Dance St. Louis presents the ninth annual Spring To Dance Festival this Memorial Day weekend, featuring thirty different companies from across the country.
Reviews of Reviews of Yentl, La Boheme, Tennesse Williams Festival, others, May 26, 2016
Reviews of Yentl, La Boheme, The Two-Character Play, One-Act Plays from the Tennessee Williams Festival, Jersey Boys, Dearly Departed, and Mitzi’s Abortion.
Craft Alliance Center of Art+Design’s Artists-In-Residence Exhibition
The Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design showcases the works of five talented artists in their 2016 Artists-In-Residence Exhibition!
2016-2017 Season Preview at the Fabulous Fox Theatre
The Fabulous Fox Theatre invites you to preview next season’s shows! The President of Fox Theatrics, Kristin Caskey, shares insight on each production!
Out of the Box, Theater for the Very Young at Metro Theater Co.
Metro Theater Company’s new Theater for the Very Young presents “Out of the Box.” Julia Flood, the Artistic Director of Metro, discusses the pilot program.
Reviews of The Glass Menagerie; The Trip to Bountiful; Kiss Me, Kate; others, May, 12, 2016
Reviews of The Glass Menagerie; The Trip to Bountiful; Kiss Me, Kate; The Addams Family; Bullets Over Broadway; and Laughing Stock.
Summer exhibitions at CAM brings the world to St. Louis and St. Louis to the world
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis’s 2016 Summer exhibitions featuring Mark Bradford, Tate Foley, Lyndon Barrois Jr., and Nanette Boileau.
Form and Function at Foundry Art Centre
Form and Function is the newest gallery to open at the Foundry Art Centre. The exhibit features works from artists all across the United States.
Forest Park Forever’s Artist in Residence Program
To help mark its 30th anniversary, Forest Park Forever will invite up to three artists to participate in an artist residency in Forest Park.
67th Annual Greater St. Louis Book Fair
The Greater St. Louis Book Fair is back to raise more money for area literacy and education programs for the 67th year in a row.
Reviews of Twisted Melodies, Bosnian/American, Ivanov; The Sound of Music, Trash Macbeth, others, Apr. 28, 2016
Reviews of Twisted Melodies; Bosnian/American; Ivanov; Sound of Music; Trash Macbeth; Importance of Being Earnest; Doublewide, Texas; Cock; and Pajama Game.
Five short comedies sending up 80’s action films, millenials, internet dating and film noir.
Photography Through the Lens of St. Louis
Rarely seen photos paint a vivid portrait of life in early 20th Century St. Louis in an exhibit at the Central Library.
In the Spotlights: Lion’s Paw Theatre
Come for lunch and stay for a play at Lion’s Paw Theatre. This daytime reader’s theatre is staged with three short vignettes, and seasoned St. Louis actors.
Continuity St. Louis addresses diversity in film production
Continuity St. Louis trains and mentors students of diverse backgrounds in video production skills, helping them find a passion for storytelling.
St. Louis band Jake’s Leg Celebrates 40 Years
St. Louis’ own Jake’s Leg has been performing for four decades & hasn’t missed a beat. Fans flock to hear their interpretation of the Grateful Dead & others.
The Art of Family Wine Making
The story of the art of making wonderful wine by following a lifelong dream. From harvesting, blending & bottling, they made it all a loving family affair.
New Dance Horizons: Gunshots, Daffodils, Moans & Silence
Legendary Choreographer Robert Moses teams up with Dance St. Louis and The Big Muddy Dance Company for his original work, “Gunshots, Daffodils, Moans & Silence”
A preview of what is coming up on this episode of State of the Arts.
National Blues Museum Grand Opening in St. Louis, MO
Celebrate the Grand Opening festivities of the National Blues Museum in St. Louis, MO, with an exclusive one-on-one with Blues legend Bobby Rush.
Life with a Latin Beat
“Life with a Latin Beat” takes the viewer on a photographic tour of Mexico to the South American countries, including Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay.
Reviews of Great Falls, Our Town, Richard III, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Briefs, others, Apr. 14, 2016
Reviews of Great Falls, Bridges of Madison County, Our Town, Richard III, Helvetica, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Briefs, Mr. Burns, & Love and Information.