Tag Archives: musicals

17 in 17: Must-see Theater Productions in Missouri

The holidays are over, winter has set in, and if you’re not careful, you’ll end up with a case of cabin fever or at least, the blues. That makes it the best time to plan an escape … into another world. The real magic of theater is the way it can sweep you up and carry you off into another …

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Enjoy the Show Underneath the Stars

Every introductory theatre class teaches you about the ancient outdoor theaters of Greece and Rome. What they may not teach you is that the oldest and largest outdoor theater in America made its home in St. Louis, Missouri. For nearly a century, the St. Louis Municipal Opera (better known as the Muny) has offered professionally-mounted Broadway musicals set on a …

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Enjoy the Show: Kansas City Live Theaters

Experience the city’s vibrant performing arts culture in these favorite local venues Kansas City’s performing arts venues are as diverse and captivating as the performances they host. Whether you’re in the mood for a touring Broadway musical, a family-friendly performance or a quirkier creation from a local playwright, you’ll find all of these—and more—in the city’s performance spaces. We’ve compiled …

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Enjoy the Show in Grand Center

If live entertainment is your thing, St. Louis’ historical Grand Center is exactly where you want to be. Whether you are looking for Broadway-style musicals, jazz music, contemporary art, cabaret shows, the symphony, the circus, films or festivals, you’ll find it at “the intersection of art and life.” Where to Enjoy a Show: The Fabulous Fox Theater: When 20th Century Fox …

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Enjoy the Show: 5 Theaters to Discover in Springfield

Springfield, Missouri, is far removed from the glittering lights of Hollywood and New York City, so it may be the last place you think of as a thriving hub of theatrical activity. However, this city—the third largest in Missouri—has a rich theater history. Springfield has been the starting place for many acclaimed actors, including silent film actress Pearl White, of …

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Fave Raves for the 2014-15 Missouri Performing Arts Season

The performing arts never slow down in Missouri, but so many companies focus their seasons on autumn through spring that come September there’s a distinct feeling of “curtain up.” Last year, we seized this occasion to ask arts directors around the state to choose a show in their new season that they would like to spotlight. We also asked them …

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