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How One Local Drama Teacher Sets the Stage for a Lifetime of Learning

Over the past few years, kids who may have never been drawn to the theater before have been rapping nonstop about the nation’s first Secretary of the Treasury. Others have watched as fellow kids channel their inner rock stars to transform their classroom into the ultimate arena show rehearsal. But the stars of Broadway’s Hamilton and School of Rock couldn’t…

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West End Players Guild’s “A Walk in the Woods” is a Breath of Fresh Air for Theatre Fans

The relationship between the United States and Russia has been fodder for endless films, TV shows and books. From the 40-year cold war to the did-they-or-didn’t-they hacking scandals of today, the association has at times been combative, cordial, but always complicated.

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West End Players Guild Celebrates 107 Years of Opening Minds in St. Louis

The oldest continuously operating theatre company in St. Louis isn’t the biggest in the city. Or the most famous. But in the heart of the Central West End, the West End Players Guild (WEPG) has entertained and enlightened theatre-goers for 107 seasons with thought-provoking, cutting-edge drama.

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St. Lou Fringe Review: Melissa Allen, Aerialist

Even before Melissa Allen, aerialist, takes the mic to kick off her one-woman show of off-the-wall storytelling and jaw-dropping acrobatics, you can tell that entertaining is in her blood. Watching from the sidelines as she warms up her dance moves, sings alongside her kids, or welcomes people walking by to take in the show, you know her time in St….

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