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“Really good, well done adult theatre at New Line that nobody else really attempts here in St. Louis.”
– Harry Hamm, KMOX

“The kind of experience that absolutely defines modern musical theatre.”
– Chris Gibson, BroadwayWorld

“Musical theatre for audiences who think that musicals can't be hip.”
– Judith Newmark,
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“The sort of opportunity that musical theater lovers pray for, and then travel great distances to indulge in.”
– Dennis Brown,
Riverfront Times

Daring, provocative, muscular theatre
about politics, sexuality, race, religion,
the media, and more, offering an
up-close-and-personal alternative to the
big, commercial musical theatre of
New York and Broadway tours, since 1992.

“If you want to see a show and feel like you're in New York or Chicago, go see a show at New Line.”
– Christopher Reilly,
The Patch

“You won’t find a more daring, unexpected or entertaining evening of theater anywhere else in Saint Louis.”
– Steve Allen, Java Journal

“New Line puts on performances that Stages St. Louis and The Muny wouldn’t dream of doing.”
Alive Magazine

“So weird. So smart. So shocking. So entertaining.”
– Judith Newmark,
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

           


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NEW LINE THEATRE'S
25th SEASON
in the new Marcelle Theater in Grand Center
CLICK ON POSTERS FOR DATES, TICKET INFO,
LINKS AND BACKGROUND INFORMATION
click here for our full production history

 


Opens October 2, 2015


 



Opens March 4, 2016


 



Opens June 3, 2016


 



Opens Aug. 12, 2016


 

PLUS: A Special Anniversary Event!
25 TO LIFE! AN EVENING OF NEW LINE THEATRE
Jan. 5-6, 2016, Sheldon Concert Hall


 

 

 

“You might say [artistic director Scott Miller] is in the business of changing people’s minds: about shows they thought they hated, about subjects they didn’t think could be sung about, about the musical form itself. The key to Miller’s success may be that what has guided him above all is his willingness to have his own mind changed, even occasionally blown.”

– Rob Weinert-Kendt,

American Theatre magazine

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