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Reviews of Sweet Revenge,
The Bodyguard, Cardenio, Tuesdays with Morrie, Spring Awakening, Lizzie, others: Oct. 12, 2017.
Reviews of Sweet Revenge; The Bodyguard; Cardenio; Tuesdays with Morrie; A Walk in the Woods; Spring Awakening; Into the Woods; Lizzie; and [title of show].
Preview of the 2017 St. Louis International Film Festival
We sit down with Chris Clark, artistic director of Cinema St. Louis, for a preview of the St. Louis International Film Festival.
It’s Not a Square Dance: It’s a Contra Dance!
Contra Dancing: It’s a little like square dancing and a little like line dancing. Paul Schankman shows us where you can do it every weekend in St. Louis.
Hispanic Celebration in Soulard Park
The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival at Soulard Park which will be celebrates Hispanic heritage by providing entertainment, drinks, foods, and more!
Empty Hallways, Silent Classrooms
Area photographers capture the sad state of what were once amazing feats of architecture and design – old St. Louis schools.
Bruno David Brings a Taste of the Los Angeles Art Scene to St. Louis
Bruno David Gallery’s opens its 12th season by taking a trip to the west coast with “In Pono” and “Los Angeles Paint: Formalism to Street Art.”
Tensions High in St. Louis, Many Looked to the Sky
Dozens of hot air balloons lined art hill Friday as crowds gathered in anticipation of the 45th annual Great Forest Park Balloon Glow.
CeramATTACKII at Duane Reed Gallery
With motivations beyond pure form and function, the selected artists fuse contemporary aesthetics with a traditional art form.
Kemper Art Museum Investigates Renaissance Prints and Psychological Healing
The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University presents a rarely seen collection of renaissance and baroque prints and a video installation by Kader Attia.
Panoramas of the City at Missouri History Museum
Panoramas of the City is the newest exhibit at the Missouri History Museum that gives visitors a look at images of the city’s history like never before.
Sensuality, Globalism, Ghosts, and a Controversial Violin Inhabit SLAM’s “A Century of Modern Japanese Prints”
“A Century of Japanese Prints” at the St. Louis Art Museum focuses on art of the 20th and 21st century.
St. Louis Artist Tackles White Supremacy
St. Louis artist Sarah Paulsen tackles the issues of white supremacy and white identity in America in her exhibit “White Ghosts” at the Kranzberg Arts Center.
Prime Theatre unites a diverse group of writers, directors, actors and designers and gives them 24 hours to create and stage 10-minute plays.
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Meet Me at the Fair
Meet the talent behind the tents of the Saint Louis Art Fair, plus get to know the people who put everything together!
Reviews of South Pacific, The Feast, Unsuspecting Susan, Games Dad Didn’t Play; others: Sept. 28, 2017.
Reviews of South Pacific, The Feast, Unsuspecting Susan, Meet Me in St. Louis, Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits, Games Dad Didn’t Play, and Coupler.
Reviews of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time; Dot; 10 Blocks on the Camino Real; others: Sept. 14, 2017
Reviews of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time; Dot; Black Coffee; 10 Blocks on the Camino Real; Tesla’s Pigeon; and To Hell and Back.
“Richie and the Styles” and “He Who Listens With Music”
Should “Richie” sell out for commercial success? How was “Hiyat” able to turn an acquaintance’s life around?
Concrete Thinking: The House of the Future?
Students from Washington University in St. Louis are building a prototype all-concrete house for the Solar Decathlon competition in Denver. But why concrete?
We Are All Targets – Don’t Shoot Exhibit at STLCC-FV
Contemporary Art Gallery at STLCC-FV hosts the works Margi Weir in her new exhibit “We Are All Targets – Don’t Shoot.”
Fat Dancer: The Chorus Line you’ve been “weighting” to see!
A new play by St. Lou Fringe uses the real life experiences of its cast to create a drama called “Fat Dancer.” Paul Schankman previews this 12 minute play.
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Meet the Artists: Armando Pedroso
Armando Pedroso deconstructs and reconstructs a variety of materials to create his unique paintings. Meet him at the 2017 Saint Louis Art Fair.
Celebrating Independent Art with St. Lou Fringe
The St. Lou Fringe Festival delivers one of a kind performances in a variety of genres over the course of two weekends.
Interpretations on Alice in Wonderland at Art Saint Louis
Rabbit Hole at Art Saint Louis focuses on the ideas of fantasy, whimsy, imagination, and sense of wonder.
The Foundry Brings Together the Written Word and Visual Art With Context II
The Foundry Art Centre merges literature and visual arts for the second year with Context II.
Meet the Artists: David Stine
David Stine is a furniture maker who will be presenting at the 2017 Saint Louis Art Fair.
Doctor by Day, Cabaret Singer by Night
Paul Schankman meets the St. Louis pediatrician who charms kids by day and audiences by night with his cabaret performance titled, “The Medicine Show.”
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The Strauss Park ALIVE Festival Encourages Community Involvement
The Strauss Park ALIVE Festival is a two-month long celebration of community and the arts.
The Legacy of the Black Cowboy
The Southeastern Rodeo Association is committed to keeping the black cowboy and history of how the black cowboy tamed the old west, alive.
Student Art Project
The report follows the students for several days to the completion of the project, a first for terminal 2/Lambert.
Shakespeare in the Streets preview and reviews of Uncle Vanya, Titus Andronicus, In the Heights, others: Aug. 31, 2017
Shakespeare in the Streets preview and reviews of Uncle Vanya, Titus Andronicus, In the Heights, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Hansel und Gretel.
Reviews of Ragtime; The Color of August; Newsies; Others: Aug. 17, 2017
Reviews of Ragtime; The Color of August; Out on Broadway – The Third Coming; Newsies; Is He Dead?; and Annie.
Reviews of A Chorus Line; 9 to 5: The Musical; Church Basement Ladies; Carousel; others: Aug. 3, 2017
Reviews of A Chorus Line; 9 to 5: The Musical; Church Basement Ladies; Carousel; Once Upon a Mattress; The Unsinkable Molly Brown, and LaBute Festival Set Two.
The Best of the 48 Hour Film Project 2017
Films include a scathing portrait of modern courtship, a suburban wormhole problem, a meta-movie and a brutal futuristic rebellion.
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“Hand of Fate” Resurrects the Past in New Exhibit
“Hand of Fate” shows at Mad Art Gallery in Soulard.
17th Annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
Area filmmakers have their works shown in the 17th Annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase presented by Cinema St. Louis.
Modern American Dance Company celebrates their landmark 40th Anniversary with a special commissioned dance concert, “Freedom.”
The Dark Room Explores a New Medium with Textile Art
In “Weaving as Ritual and Art,” the Dark Room adds Emily Oliver’s textiles to their usual repertoire of photography and performing arts.
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Men’s Fashion Takes Center Stage at SLAM
The St. Louis Art Museum presents “Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715-2015,” an exhibition which examines the evolution of the male form and appearance.
The Grandel Theatre, located in the heart of the Grand Center Arts District has been recently renovated and will host a multitude of artistic endeavors.
Free Summer Concert Series at Missouri Botanical Garden Draws Crowds
The Whitaker Music Festival at the Missouri Botanical Garden celebrates its 24th year of bringing local music to St. Louis audiences.