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Modern dance, like poetry, communicates feelings and perspectives that go beyond the surface meaning of words or ideas. Two local dance companies hope to transport their audiences to new levels of emotional insight as one explores how dance unites the communities of St. Louis and the other s…
On Saturday, March 9, 45 metro area high school acts competed in the semi-final round of the 9th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition.
The Midnight Company presents the comedy “Popcorn Falls” by James Hindman in its St. Louis premiere March 28-April 13, at the Kranzberg Arts Center’s Black Box Theatre, 501 N. Grand Blvd.
February is destined to warm up dance fans with the world-renowned, glittering Rubies from Saint Louis Ballet, and later in the month with hot, uber-contemporary dance from London’s Company Wayne McGregor.
A brightly packaged holiday gift atop Art Hill in Forest Park is currently dazzling and exciting eyeballs. As the graphic revolution, begun in the 1960s, holds the brain in a vise of images, the Saint Louis Art Museum splashes before us “Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now.”
Registration is now open for Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation’s (FoxPACF) 9th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition. Registration is free and is available online at foxpacf.org for all performing arts high school students in the St. Louis Metropolitan area. Registration is open t…
Fortunately for St. Louisans, a thriving arts community offers a plethora of choices when it comes to viewing stage plays.
Journey to the Bruno David Gallery in Clayton and experience multi-seasonal colors and more, in the watercolors of Ralph Nagel. “Being There” takes your breath away with beauty – and then returns it to you in energy.
Dance audiences will find a range of gems from quirky to elegant in the display of local and national troupes performing in St. Louis this season. (Some start times may be earlier than 8 p.m.) For tickets, check company websites, the venues or MetroTix.