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"Assassins," New Line Theatre, 2008 (photo credit: Michael C. Daft)


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PROFESSIONAL

THEATRES

Act Inc. | Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre | The Black Rep

Dramatic License Productions | Insight Theatre Company | Magic Smoking Monkey Theatre

Max and Louie Productions | The Midnight Company | The Muny

Mustard Seed Theatre | New Jewish Theatre | New Line Theatre 

The November Theater Company | OnSite Theatre Company | Ozark Actor's Theatre

The Players Project Theater Co. | Repertory Theatre of St. Louis | R-S Theatrics

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis | Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble | St. Louis Actors' Studio

St. Lou Fringe | St. Louis Shakespeare | Stages St. Louis | Stray Dog Theatre

Tesseract Theatre | Theatre Lab | Upstream Theater  | West End Players Guild

COMMUNITY & EDUCATIONAL THEATRES

"Urinetown," New Line Theatre, 2007 (photo credit: Michael C. Daft)Act Two Theatre | Affton CenterStage | Alfresco Productions

Alpha Players | Alton Little Theatre | Brass Rail Players

Clayton Community Theatre | Clinton County Showcase

Curtains Up Theater Co. | Equally Represented Arts

Family Musical Theater | First Run Theatre |  Hard Road Theatre

Hawthorne Players | [insert name here] theatre company

K's Theatrical Korps | Kirkwood Theatre Guild | Liberty Productions

Looking Glass Playhouse | Marble Stage Theatre

Missouri Baptist Univ. Theatre Dept. | Monroe Actors Stage Company

Next Generation Theatre Co.O'FallonTheatreWorks

Over Due Theatre Co. | Shooting Star Productions

Silhouettes Production Co. | SIUE Theatre Department

Solid Lines Productions | St. Louis Charity Performances

St. Louis Summer Players | St. Louis University Theatre Dept. | Take a Bow Showcase

Take Two Productions | That Uppity Theatre Company | Theatre Guild of Webster Groves

Unity Theatre Ensemble | Washington University Performing Arts Dept. |  Webster Conservatory

THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES

Imaginary Theatre Co. | Metro Theater Company

Monkey Tales Theatre | Shakespeare Festival Education Tour

ST. LOUIS CABARET

Three Legged Productions | Causal Cabaret

The St. Louis Cabaret Conference

 

Also check out Upcoming Musicals in St. Louis

And check out St. Louis theatre audition listings in the Riverfront Times or at the St. Louis Auditions website.

And check out auditions and performances on the KDHX-FM Arts Calendar. (Click on "Participation" for auditions.)

 

OTHER ARTS SITES

 

THEATRES: Center of Contemporary Arts | Edison Theatre | Fox Theatre | Grandel Theatre | Mozingo Center for the Arts | The Pageant | Roberts Orpheum Theatre | Sheldon Concert Hall | Touhill Performing Arts Center | Tower Grove Abbey

 

THEATRE RELATED: Arts for Life | The Cappies | Cinema St. Louis | Circus Flora | St. Lou Fringe | St. Louis Improv Festival | Theatre Muse

 

MUSIC: Gateway Men's Chorus | New Music Circle | Opera Theatre of St. Louis | St. Louis Symphony

 

DANCE: Dance St. Louis | Leaping Lizards Performing Arts Studio | Alexandra Ballet | Atrek Contemporary Dance | The City Studio | Gash/Voigt Dance Theatre | Gateway Ballet | Mid America Dance Company | St. Louis Ballet | St. Louis Cultural Flamenco Society

 

STUDIO ARTS: St. Louis Art Museum | City Museum | The Luminary

 

SUPPORT ORGS.: Arts & Education Council | Missouri Arts Council | Regional Arts Commission | St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for the Arts | Missouri Association of Community Theatres | Very Special Arts Missouri

 

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Break a Leg: Theatre in St. Louis and Beyond is a weekly theatre talk show on KDHX FM 88.1 in St. Louis, every Monday night at 10:10 p.m., hosted by local actor and singer Deborah Sharn and local director and author Scott Miller. The talk is always lively, intelligent, and in-depth -- the kind you can only get from working theatre artists.

Past guests have included Broadway legend Barbara Cook; Broadway and film stars Eartha Kitt, Ted Neeley, Ken Page, Andrea Marcovicci, Dee Hoty, Patrick Cassidy, and B.D. Wong; Broadway actors Doug Storm, Deven May, Marin Mazzie, and Norbert Leo Butz; Broadway composers Stephen Schwartz, Adam Guettel, Laurence O'Keefe, Henry Krieger, Rupert Holmes, and Jeanine Tesori; New York cabaret legend Steve Ross; Broadway and cabaret stars Liz Callaway, Judy Kaye, Debbie Gravitte, and Craig Rubano; Broadway producer Rocco Landesman; Broadway lyricist Bill Russell; Broadway playwright Eve Ensler; the legendary stage director Anne Bogart; former New York Times senior theatre critic Frank Rich, stage, screen, and TV star John Astin; comedian and Broadway star Jackie Mason; plus other visiting actors and directors, cast members from current Broadway and off Broadway hits, and local writers, actors, directors, designers, critics, and more. 

It's the only show in town where working theatre artists interview working theatre artists. Don't miss the show every Monday night at 10:10 p.m., following Nancy Kranzberg's Arts Interviews. And if you miss the show on Monday, you can catch it during the week on the web at http://kdhx.org/ondemand/podcasts/breakaleg

Visit the KDHX website for a full programming schedule or the Break a Leg page for more info on the show.

Also check out the "Break a Leg" Facebook page, at http://www.facebook.com/pages/BREAK-A-LEG-on-KDHX-881-FM/46973088580

The arts and culture interview show CityScape on KWMU, 90.7 FM, live every Friday at 11:00 a.m. hosted by Steve Potter, and repeated every Friday at 10:00 p.m. and again each Sunday at 9:00 a.m. The live broadcast on Friday does accept calls at 314-382-8255.  Visit the KWMU website for a full programming schedule.

TWO ON THE AISLE

Two on the Aisle, a local St. Louis theatre review and interview show can be seen bi-weekly on cable channel HEC-TV, with St. Louis critics Gerry Kowarksy (St. Louis Post Dispatch) and Bob Wilcox.

The show airs on channel 980 on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m., Thursdays at 9:00 p.m., and Fridays at 12:30 p.m.  The program can be viewed part on HEC's website: http://www.hectv.org/programs/series/two-on-the-aisle/

In addition, the program airing on HEC can be downloaded or subscribed to via iTunes.