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Reviews of Admissions, Into the Breeches!, A Raisin in the Sun Macbeth, others: Nov. 8, 2018

Admissions, Into the Breeches!, A Raisin in the Sun, Macbeth, Lord Arthur Savile’s Crimes, Whither Should I Fly, Arsenic and Old Lace, La Cage aux Folles

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The Muny Is Going To Look Very Different Next Season – It Already Does

Following its 100th season, the Muny is launching its 2nd Century with a major renovation. The biggest change: demolishing the old stage and building a new one

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ArtsHappening Now

Shaw Nature Reserve 13th Annual Art Show

This annual art show and sale takes place in the tranquil outdoor setting of Shaw Nature Reserve.

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Voter Registration Is Promoted through Dance the Vote

Through choreography, poetry and spoken word, Dance the Vote creats excitement about the importance of voting not only in the 2018 midterm, but all elections.

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Reviews of A Doll’s House Part 2, Silent Sky, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Eurydice, others: Oct. 25, 2018.

A Doll’s House Part 2, Silent Sky, Last Days of Judas Iscariot, The Tempest, Evil Dead, Little Mermaid, Laramie Project, Eurydice, Rocky Horror Show

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Preview of the St. Louis International Film Festival

Get an overview of the 27th St. Louis International Film Festival with Chris Clark, artistic director, Cinema St. Louis presenting previews of 16 of them.

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German Born Ghanaian Artist Yvonne Osei Wins the Emerging Artist’s Visionary Award

Yvonne Osei is an artist who’s work is getting noticed! Julie Tristan explains why this student is already winning awards while using art to help her learn!

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Kehinde Wiley Commemorates the People of Saint Louis at SLAM

“Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis,” presents eleven new portraits commissioned by the Saint Louis Art Museum, featuring residents of North St. Louis and Ferguson.

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Margi Weir: The Politics of Hue at St. Louis Artists Guild

The St. Louis Artists’ Guild presents Margi Weir: The Politics of Hue now through October 24, 2018.

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Fifteen area schools awarded grants for arts education projects

The Arts and Education Council (A&E) and Maritz have awarded 15 area schools with grants to support classroom-based art projects during the 2018-19 academic year.

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Protest in Limbo at Kranzberg Arts Center

The exhibit consists of more than 150 placards, which become the basis for a protest in limbo within the gallery space.

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“Flora and Fauna in Japanese Art” Celebrates the Natural World at SLAM

“Flora and Fauna in Japanese Art” at the Saint Louis Art Museum explores the traditional theme within Japanese Art of depicting the natural world.

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Reviews of Raging Skillet, The Little Foxes, others: Oct. 11, 2018

Reviews of Raging Skillet, The Little Foxes, others: Oct. 11, 2018

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What to do in St. Louis in October

Frida Libre Inspired by the childhood of legendary Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, Frida Libre is the uplifting story of young Frida who plans to become a doctor and her new friend Alex who secretly wishes to be a wrestler. When:  Touring schools Sep. 25 – Nov. 2 Where:  Locations vary $$  Free Website:  metroplays.org Memory […]

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Ralph Nagel at Bruno David Gallery

Bruno David Gallery presents “Being There,” a gallery wide solo exhibition featuring the paintings of Ralph Nagel.

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Historic Shaw Art Fair

The Historic Shaw Art Fair is one of St. Louis’ premier fine art and craft fairs. It takes place full weekend in October each year.

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Neon Art of Memory & Desire at Laumeier

Laumeier Sculpture Park’s most recent exhibit, “Memory and Desire”, is part whimsy, part spiritual, and nothing less than retro contemporary.

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Prisoners, Buddhism and Baked Goods

An inner-city bakery in St. Louis run by a Buddhist priest is doing what the corrections system can’t: keeping most released inmates from going back to prison.

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The “King” of Cardboard Sculpture

In this edition of Schankman’s St. Louis, Paul Schankman introduces us to a St. Louis artist who uses cardboard as his canvas to make giant animal sculptures.

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Reviews of Oklahoma!, Love Never Dies, Mama’s Boy, others: Sept. 27, 2018.

Reviews of Oklahoma!, Love Never Dies, Mama’s Boy, An Apology…by Doctor John Faustus, The Hunchback Variations, The Book of Moron, The Wizard of Oz

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ArtsCulture

Schankman’s St. Louis: Lee Harvey Oswald on Stage in Mama’s Boy

This episode of Schankman’s St. Louis features the midwest debut of Mama’s Boy, a play about the twisted family life of Lee Harvey Oswald before Nov. 22 1963.

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ArtsCulture

The Power of Story: Gitana Production’s “A New World”

A verbatim theatre play tells the compelling stories of refugee women who came to the U.S. to escape war and disasters in their home countries.

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ArtsHappening Now

Pulitzer Arts Foundation Features the Work of Pioneering Women

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation brings the work of Ruth Asawa and Lola Álvarez Bravo to St. Louis.

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Dance the Vote 2018

voter registration. The event is from 2-6 p.m. on October 6, 2018, four days before the deadline to register in the 2018 midterm elections.

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ArtsHEC FilmsHistory

A New Leaf: Reimagining Henry Shaw’s Museum

After more than a century of decline, Henry Shaw’s museum is once again the Missouri Botanical Garden’s gallery, thanks to a multi-million-dollar restoration.

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ArtsTheater

Gringo, Race Cars, Lead Journey to the St. Lou Fringe

St. Lou Fringe, by definition, is a little “out there.” And this year, St. Louis’ home of art on the edge sees musical theater exploring race and violence.

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Reviews of Evita, Crowns, The Children’s Hour, Newsies, and Three Decembers: Sept. 13, 2018.

Reviews of Evita, Crowns: A Gospel Musical, The Children’s Hour, Newsies, and Three Decembers

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To Survive on This Shore at projects+gallery

projects+gallery presents To Survive on This Shore, a collection photographs and interviews providing an unprecedented representation of trans older adults.

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CommUNITY Arts Festival 2018

The CommUNITY Arts Festival communicates, educates, and heals the effects of violence through art. The event’s main focus is on the power of art and unity.

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Basquiat Before Basquiat at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

“Basquiat Before Basquiat” includes the entire cache of works made by Jean-Michel Basquiat during the year he lived with his friend Alexis Adler in New York.

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Regardless of Rain, Saint Louis Art Fair Shines

The Saint Louis Art Fair celebrates it’s 25th anniversary in 2018. Over 180 artists from around the world set up to display and sell their work.

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Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Reimagined in Dance

Dance St. Louis opens its 53rd season with a performance of “Henry & Edward” by Los Angeles based company Wewolf on September 15, 2018.

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Two shorts from the St Louis Filmmakers Showcase

A doc about a local graffiti artist, a scary chiller called “Strings” and a computer animated short, “Tiffany.”

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ArtsHappening Now

Bruno David Gallery Opens its 13th Season

The Bruno David Gallery showcases work from Yvonne Osei, Justin Henry Miller, John Howard Young, and the collaborative group, E.R.O.

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Big Muddy Blues Festival

The St. Louis 23rd annual Big Muddy Blues Festival is Labor Day weekend. Over 70 St. Louis musicians are performing a wide range of blues music.

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Interview on Muny Memories Exhibit and Reviews of No Exit, Lost in the Stars, King Charles III, Maybe This Time: Aug. 30, 2018.

Interview on the Muny Memories exhibit at the Missouri History and reviews of No Exit, Lost in the Stars, King Charles III, Maybe This Time.

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The Art of Waiting

By: Sean Smothers, President of Cultural Festivals There’s a clock on top of a tall, four-drawer file cabinet in the office. It’s not your standard-issue timepiece. It has its similarities: there are numbers and it does work on a time-based rhythm. But, it’s different in that it doesn’t tell time in the traditional sense. It’s […]

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The Arts Scene in St. Louis

By: Celine Reinoso Twenty-five years ago, Ben and Susan Uchitelle realized their passion for arts, culture, and creativity in St. Louis when they founded the Saint Louis Art Fair. What used to be only a few tents across a couple of streets in downtown Clayton is now one of the best art fairs in the […]

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Who to Watch in September: Cbabi Bayoc

Driving around city, you’ve probably seen work by local artist Cbabi Bayoc, who wants his paintings to bring hope and color to the streets of St. Louis. Cbabi Bayoc is a self-created name that is an acronym for “Creative Black Artist Battling Ignorance” and “Blesses African Youth Of Creativity.” His work is proudly shown around […]

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What to Watch in September

Meet the Artists of the 2018 Saint Louis Art Fair Get to know the traveling artists that will be showcasing their work in the Saint Louis Art Fair Sept. 7-9, 2018. Meet the Artists is our collaboration with the Fair to provide viewers with an introduction to the artists and their work. Our producers have […]

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