Two lion heads saved from now-demolished Palladium nightclub in midtown St. Louis will be auctioned off to raise money for Landmarks Association.
When Anaïs Mitchell believes in a project, she sticks with it. At least that was the case with “Hadestown,” whose long road to Broadway and beyond began in 2006 with a couple of community theater productions of the musical in her home state of Vermont.
Inspired by Greek mythology and boasting a folk-inflected score with a hint of jazz, the show not only won eight Tony Awards, including one for best musical, but also has attracted the kind of buzz that made “Hamilton” and “Rent” must-see cultural phenomena
New murals in Grand Center make a parking lot, an alley, even a garage door, an art destination.
Identifying a Katharina Grosse painting by her signature would be tough. She signs paintings on the back.
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis has appointed a deputy director to lead the financial administration of the museum in addition to working with hiring, business planning and visitor experience, the museum announced Monday.
Laka stars in Midnight Company show.
There’s a lot to love in St. Louis, but here are a few dozen people, places and things we’re celebrating right now.
Here are a few of our staff picks for things to do Sept. 23-29.
Among the season's highlights are a Stephen Sondheim musical, a tour of a recent Broadway smash, an early Neil Simon play and a world premiere.
A pricey New York hotel tried to eject a St. Louis artist because of racial bias, a complaint filed this week says.
If you’re invigorated by crisp autumn weather and looking for a way to burn that energy, you’re in luck.
Clayco Future Leaders Fellowship is designed to cultivate future leaders in arts administration who come from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
Olajuwon Davis thought he had found his purpose in life — as an artist and as an activist. But in 2014, that road took a detour.
Exhibition at Pulitzer Arts Foundation includes 40 major sculptures and 20 drawings spanning six decades.
Attending classical music events is, for the most part, a year-round proposition in St. Louis. But in the fall, things really start kicking up.
Celebrating fall in St. Louis isn’t so much about the cooler weather and an abundant harvest as it is about the end of a sweltering summer.
The Pappas house in Town and Country and the Kraus home in Kirkwood, the St. Louis area's only Wright-designed homes, are in very different stages of preservation.
Although Minnick’s business is all about boundaries, his art crosses boundaries.
Here are a few of our staff picks for things to do Sept. 16-22.
Landmarks Association of St. Louis will raise the roof Oct. 15 to honor architect Doris A. Danna, who will receive the H. Meade Summer Jr. Award on Oct. 15.
Stéphane Denève spent the summer moving his family to St. Louis and conducting the National Symphony Orchestra in a gala for composer John Williams.
Broadway sensation coming to the Fox Theatre spotlights the music and goes behind the scenes of the classic Motown act.
Sarah Bryan Miller is the subject of a new documentary, “The Places Music Has Taken Me,” which will air on KETC (Channel 9).
Sukanya Mani's installations use cuts in paper to create negative and positive space — light and shadows — to make images and convey meaning.
Here are some of the visual arts events and exhibitions to enliven the coming season.
Elizabeth Teeter steps into the black boots of goth girl Lydia Deetz.
A mural featuring an idyllic scene was mounted Saturday on Olive Boulevard. Boosters hope it will be the first of many to dot the commercial corridor.