NoriAnn Rhodes currently in the performance of The Children’s Hour is in the Alpha Players’ production of Bells Are Ringing.
October 5 & 6 and 12 & 13 at 7:30 pm
Matinee October 14 at 2 pm
Tori Stukins who had the honor of being in the production of “The Haunting of Hill House” presents:
O’Fallon Theatre Works’ “The Great Gatsby” opens this Friday, the March 16th. Dates are March 16, 17, 23 and 24 at 8 p.m., with Sunday matinees at 2 on March18th and 25th.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors. You can buy them at the door, or in advance over the phone (636-474-2732) or online here: https://web2.
It’s in the second floor of the O’Fallon Municipal Centre (City Hall) at 100 North Main Street.
Britteny Henry (The Underpants), Erin Struckhoff (Sylvia) Sarah Hirshfield (Laughter on the 23rd Floor), Stefan Peterson (Black Coffee), Jeff Lovell (Sylvia) & Joseph O’Connor will be appearing on stage or working behind the scenes in Clayton Community Theatre’s production of BUS STOP.
Show dates are Feb 1st – 11th (Thu-Sat at 8:00p, Sundays at 2:00p). Tickets are $20 general and $15 for Students & Seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the door or thru Brown Paper Tickets: https://busstopcct.
Britteny Henry, Darrious Varner and Jeff Lovell will be appearing in St. Louis Shakespeare’s TITUS ANDRONICUS. Performances are August 25th – September 3rd. For more info visit http://www.stlshakespeare.org
Independent Theater Company presents Britteny Henry in Neil LaBute’s ‘MEDEA REDUX’, directed by Randy Stinebaker.
WHEN: January 6 & 7, 2017 at 8:00 pm
WHERE: 4716 Macklind Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63109 (Southampton Presbyterian Church. The home of KTK Productions)
TICKETS: $12 for everyone (cash or check)
Medea Redux is a tragic tale in which a woman recounts her relationship with a jr. high school teacher and the lengths she finally goes to in order to exact revenge. This play is from LaBute’s triple bill Bash: Latterday Plays — a collection of three raw, dark, yet lyrically intense one-act plays which won the Time Out Critic’s Choice Award.
This play contains mature themes and language.
Nancy Crouse stars in Driving Miss Daisy
Hawthorne Players will present Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer prize-winning play Driving Miss Daisy on November 4, 5, 11, 12 at 7:30 pm and on November 13 at 2:00 pm at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre. Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors/students and may be purchased by calling the Box Office at (314) 921-5678 or online at www.florissantmo.com.
The play is a warm-hearted, humorous, and moving study of the unlikely relationship between an aging, crotchety, white Southern lady, and a proud, soft-spoken African-American man. The pairing of the two begins when Daisy, a sharp-tongued Jewish widow, after one too many accidents, is forced to rely on the services of a chauffeur. The audience follows the two over a span of 25 years as they, despite their mutual differences, grow ever closer to, and more dependent upon, each other.
For more information visit www.hawthorneplayers.info
Britteny Henry, Elizabeth McCormick and Darrious Varner will be performing in THE EVERY 28 HOUR 1-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL.
“The Every 28 Hour 1-Minute Play Festival” returns to St. Louis! The Center of Creative Arts (COCA) will be hosting a performance on Saturday October 15th at 8pm, and The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis will be hosting a performance on Monday October 24th at 8pm. Both performances will be FREE OF CHARGE.
– COCA – 524 Trinity Ave, St. Louis, MO 63130
– THE REP – 130 Edgar Rd, Webster Groves, MO 63119
The “Every 28 Hours Plays” are inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, with participation by playwrights and theaters across the nation. The One-Minute Play Festival (Dominic D’Andrea, Producing Artistic Director), and Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Claudia Alick, Producer) collaborated to create a collection of 71 one-minute plays from across the country called “Every 28 Hours”. This national partnership focuses on the widely shared statistic that every 28 hours in America, a black person is the victim of systemic violence and is killed by the police, vigilante, or security guard.
In St. Louis, the participating groups include The Black Rep, Mustard Seed Theatre, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, Show Me Arts Academy, Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble, and That Uppity Theatre Company, local student groups, and others. The producing team in St Louis includes Adam Flores, Joan Lipkin, Jacqueline Thompson, and Carl Overly.
Joe O’Connor and Mark Neels will be appearing as Stephen Hopkins and John Dickinson respectively in the musical 1776 presented by the Alpha Players. Show dates are Sep 30, Oct 1, 7, 8, 9. For more info visithttp://alphaplayers.org or call (314) 921-5678.
Britteny Henry will be appearing as Lisette in St. Louis Shakespeares production of The Heir Apparent. Production Dates are August 26, 27, 28* & September 1, 2, 3, 4* (Thursday Sep 1st at 730p, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm and *Sundays at 2pm). Performances are at The Ivory Theatre (7620 Michigan Ave, St. Louis, MO 63111). Tickets are $20 (Adults), $18 (Seniors), $15 (Students & Teachers w/ IDs). http://www.stlshakespeare.org
Starting in September 2016, Britteny Henry will join the Metro Theatre Company Educational Tour in The New Kid! http://metroplays.org
For two nights only, Independent Theatre Co. presents Madelyn Boyne in Daniel McIvor’s one woman show See Bob Run.There are only 20 tickets available each night, so reserve yours soon. Follow the link below for more info and to purchase tickets.
Dates: Friday Aug 19th @ 8:30 & Friday Aug 26th @ 7:00.
Venue: The Dark Room, located at 615 N. Grand Blvd, STL, MO 63103 (Just a short two minute walk from The Kranzberg).
Ann E. Egenriether is in the Clayton Community Theatre production “Inherit the Wind” June 9, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 & 25 at 8pm and June 12, 19 & 26 at 2pm. Tickets are $20 Adults; $15 Students/Seniors. Come see a classic courtroom drama, based on the famous “Scopes Monkey Trial” of 1925 in which the theory of evolution was pitted against creationism. The right to think was on trial! Theatre is located at 6501 Clayton Road, Wash U. South Campus (the old CBC HS building). Please support LIVE THEATRE!
Mark Neels is directing “Farce of Nature” for KTK Productions, with assistant direction by Darrious Varner and stage management by Kim Boxdorfer. The cast features Pepi Parshall as Maxie Wilburn Suggs and Jennifer Kerner as Roxanne Thorne. Performances are February 19-21 and 26-28 at Southampton Presbyterian Church, 4716 Macklind Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63109. For ticket information, call 314-351-8984 or go to www.kurtainkall.org.
First Run Theatre presents its Spectrum 2015, an evening of eight new short plays by St. Louis area playwrights. Ann Egenriether appears in three of these plays. Dates: November 6,7,13,14 at 8:00 p.m., November 8 and 15 at 2:00 p.m., at the Southampton Presbyterian Church, 4716 Macklind Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63109. Advanced tickets are $12 and $10 (Seniors and Students); at the door, $15 and $12. To purchase go to First Run’s website: www.firstruntheatre.com and select the “Tickets” tab.
THE MIDNIGHT COMPANY TO REVIVE TWO ACCLAIMED
CONOR McPHERSON PLAYS IN JULY AT HERBIE’S
The Midnight Company will revive two of its most acclaimed productions when they present Conor McPherson’s ST NICHOLAS and THE GOOD THIEF, to be performed in repertory, July 10-26, at Herbie’s Vintage 72 in the Central West End. Tickets will be available throughbrownpapertickets.com.
The two one-man shows will be performed by Joe Hanrahan and directed by Sarah Whitney. ST NICHOLAS is the haunting tale of a Dublin theatre critic, sick of theatre and life, who becomes obsessed with a young actress and follows her to London. There he is taken in by a band of vampires, who use him to bring young people to visit the vampires at their nightly parties. The Riverfront Times called it “ “unconventional, invigorating, enthralling,” also “very funny.” THE GOOD THIEF is the tough-as-nails story of a small-time Irish thug, in over his head and betrayed by his boss, chased by the police and the mob, with a woman and her young daughter in tow, running for their lives. KDHX called it “riveting,” and The RFT noted its “power and brilliance.” Hanrahan and Whitney first presented ST NICHOLAS in 2004, playing at McGurk’s Pub, Balaban’s (now Herbie’s) and Carrie Houk’s HH Studio, and THE GOOD THIEF in 2008 at Dressel’s Pub.
McPherson, Dublin-born, is also the playwright of THE WEIR (Olivier Award), SHINING CITY (Tony, best play), THE SEAFARER and THE NIGHT ALIVE (NY Drama Critics Circle, best play). He has written and directed several films. The Midnight Company recently presented SEX, DRUGS, ROCK & ROLL at Herbie’s, and Daniel MacIvor’s HOUSE as part of The 2015 St. Louis Fringe Festival. Hanrahan will also be appearing in Slightly Askew’s ONE FLEA SPARE, August 19-29. Two films he appeared in – Patrick Mahoney’s CHASING HOPE and Taylor Bevirt’s THE LAST JOB will be screened at the 2015 St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase in July.
Performances for the McPherson plays will be as follows:
ST NICHOLAS Friday, July 10 Saturday, July 18 Friday, July 24 8pm
Sunday, July 12 Sunday, July 26 6:30pm
THE GOOD THIEF Saturday, July 11 Friday, July 17 Saturday, July 25 8pm
Sunday, July 19 6:30pm
Tickets will be $15, and will be on sale June 8 at brownpapertickets.com
Herbie’s Vintage 72 is located at 405 N. Euclid. Dining is available pre-and post-show (reservations at 314.769.9595), drinks during the shows (Guinness and Jameson’s recommended), with live music after Sunday shows. For more information, visit herbies.com.
Darrious Varner, Kathy Flood-Figas, Hank Crider, Tim Cunningham, and Sally Berry are in Any Number Can Die at KTK Productions – Southampton Presbyterian Church 4716 Macklind Ave, St. Louis, MO 63109 FEBRUARY 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, directed by Barb Mulligan www.kurtainkall.org
Ann E. Egenriether is in Family Musical Theatre’s production of Sweeney Todd July 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at 8 pm; July 20 and 27 at 2 p.m., located at the Ivory Theatre, 7620 Michigan. Tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com; Seniors $18; Adults $20; Students (w/ID) $12. Special Thursday, July 24, 2 tickets for $25. More info call 314-571-9579 or Ann at 314-231-2306, ext. 1255. Thanks for supporting LIVE THEATRE!
Betsy Gasoske, Jadienne Nolan and Hank Crider are in the production You Can’t Take It With You with Over Due Theatre at the Olivette Community Center, 9723 Grandview Drive, Olivette, MO 63132. Performances: April 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13. Directed by Wayne A. Mackenberg. For information contact (314) 292-9368. www.overduetheatrecompany.com.
Katie Schares is in the production The Unexpected Guest at Clayton Community Theatre, 6501 Clayton Rd, St Louis, MO 63117. Performances: April 25-27 and May 1-4. For information contact (314) 721-9228. www.placeseveryone.org