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Open House Theatre Presents Lend Me A Tenor

“Lend Me A Tenor” is set in September 1934. Saunders (John Lukomski), the general manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, is primed to welcome world famous, Tito Morelli, Il Stupendo, played by Richard Matt, is the greatest tenor of his generation and is scheduled to appear for one night only as Otello. The star arrives late and, through a…

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Tedeschi Trucks Band Announces “Wheels of Soul” 2018 Summer Tour Fourth Annual Run Features Drive-By Truckers and The Marcus King Band “Live From The Fox Oakland” Nominated for Grammy Award

Live at the Fabulous Fox Theatre Thursday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m. $150, $100, $69.50, $50, $35 On-Sale Information: Tickets go on sale Friday, January 12 at 12 PM online at metrotix.com, by calling 314-534-1111, or in person at the Fabulous Fox Box Office. 

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POLITICS OF GENDER ON STAGE NEXT AT NJT WITH “THE HOW AND THE WHY”

(St. Louis, January 1, 2018) – In the current climate of male-dominated businesses and organizations, a power struggle is occurring in the arena of gender politics where women often come in second. But in Sarah Treem’s play, “The How and the Why,” she puts the feminine first with two female evolutionary biologists in a heavily male-dominated field. It is a…

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William Inge’s “Bus Stop” Directed by Sam Hack Feb 1-11 at Clayton Community Theatre

Eight people are obliged to pass the time together overnight in a small-town diner due to a snowstorm. Three are locals; five are passing through on a bus from Kansas City to Denver. Although the bus cannot proceed, the interactions, relationships, and discoveries of the eight characters continue in a flurry. By the time the road is cleared and the…

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WARM YOUR BODIES AND YOUR HEARTS WITH HARD ROAD THEATRE

Hard Road Theatre is proud to announce their winter musical: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do is an original jukebox musical featuring 18 Neil Sedaka songs, including “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do”, “Where the Boys Are”, “Sweet Sixteen”,  “Calendar Girl”, “Stupid Cupid”, and “Love Will Keep Us Together.” Set during Labor Day weekend in 1960, the show…

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Part Legal Thriller, Part Ideological Battle, Faceless Electrifies The Rep Studio

ST. LOUIS – A tense and tightly plotted drama, Faceless made a splash with its world premiere at Chicago’s Northlight Theatre last year. Now, with much of its creative team and cast returning, that acclaimed production moves to The Rep’s Emerson Studio Theatre. Written by Selina Fillinger and directed by BJ Jones, the play runs from January 17 to February 4.

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Yanni To Celebrate The 25th Anniversary of his Iconic Live at the Acropolis concert with expansive Tour

“Yanni 25 – Live at The Acropolis Anniversary Concert Tour”  Where The Past and Present Become One Live at the Fabulous Fox Theatre Sunday, June 24 at 7 p.m. $195, $105, $85, $60, $45 A limited number of VIP packages will also be available. On-Sale Information: Tickets go on sale Friday, December 15 at 10 AM online at metrotix.com, by calling 314-534-1111,…

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Tenacious Eats Takes Dinner and A Movie to a Whole New Level

If you’re an adventurous eater that loves to watch movies then Tenacious Eats is the perfect experience for you. Each month, for one night only, Chef Liz and her team stage not just an elegant and unique meal but a night of entertainment, prizes, and laughter. For November, the feature movie was Planes, Trains, & Automobiles, the classic 80’s Thanksgiving comedy starring…

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NEW JEWISH THEATRE PRESENTS A DRAMA ABOUT COMEDY, A JEWISH JOKE

Starting tonight at New Jewish Theatre, November 29 – December 10, is the one-man play A Jewish Joke written and performed by Phil Johnson. The play looks at a dark time in US political history. In 1950’s Hollywood, at the height of the Communist Blacklist, when careers were ruined by a whisper, we meet irascible comedy screenwriter Bernie Lutz. A Jewish Joke catalogs the most important…

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