Inevitable Theatre Companypresents“STIFF“March 22 – April 1, 2018Thursdays, Fridays, Saturday & SundaysVarying Times$25 Adult GA / $15 Student & Senior / $15 IndustryAward-winning Dallas actress Sherry Jo Ward chronicles her struggle with Stiff Person Syndrome, an incredibly rare disease which impairs her mobility and causes her unexplained pain.Part stand-up comedy, part PowerPoint presentation, STIFF is a unique and engaging first person account of what it means to re-assess one’s own goals and ambition when confronted with a life-altering diagnosis.STIFF was the unanimous standout at the Festival of Independent Theatres (FIT) in Dallas, TX. STIFF won recognition for Best Actress and Best New Play from the Dallas-Fort Worth Theatre Critics Forum.Sherry performed the devastating role of Shirley Jones in Inevitable Theatre Company’s inaugural production, Jordan by Anna Reynolds and Moira Buffini, at the Out of the Loop Festival in Addison, TX, in 2007. This acclaimed production was later revived at Baylor University as a benefit for the Family Abuse Center in Waco, TX.The company that started with Sherry and a chair is proud to see her return to the Inevitable stage … with another chair.
Jeremy Segel-Moss and Leslie Sanazaro every Thursday night at Yaqui's on Cherokee from 8:30-11:30p
Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $25 Reserved, $17 General Admission, All AgesThe position that Radney Foster enjoys in the country music landscape is remarkable. Mainstream country music and independent Americana tend to occupy separate orbits. Yet for 30 years Foster has thrived in both as a songwriter, recording artist, live performer and producer. His songs—solo, with Foster and Lloyd and recorded by other artists—have topped the country, Americana, and AAA charts alike. At the same time, he’s earned the respect of his peers and a devoted audience as intent on listening as they are eager to dance. Considered an elder statesman of Texas singer-songwriters, Foster has been a friend and mentor to many younger artists on the Texas scene. He’s written and produced songs for Randy Rogers, Jack Ingram, Kacey Musgraves, Wade Bowen, Josh Abbott, Pat Green, Cory Morrow and many others. His songs are regularly mined by superstar acts like Keith Urban (“Raining on Sunday,” “I’m In,”), Sara Evans (“Real Fine Place,” “Revival”) and the Dixie Chicks (“Godspeed”). “I’m always trying to find a little piece of the truth,” says Texas singer-songwriter Radney Foster. With his latest release, Everything I Should Have Said, the truth is laid bare. The collection opens with “Whose Heart You Wreck,” a stormy lament to a fickle muse and closes with the title track, an unflinching apology for things done and left undone. Throughout his career, Foster has continuously stretched the boundaries. “I strive to challenge myself as a writer, a musician and a singer everyday.” As his voice has deepened and grown richer, so, it seems, has his focus. These are the songs of a full-grown man, who long ago left fear by the side of the road.
Karlovsky & Company Dance“Remembrance”March 23 & 24, 20187:30pm$20 General Admission$15 Student/Senior$10 Groups of 10+$80 Orchestra Box (seats up to four)Karlovsky & Company Dance’s main stage concert, REMEMBRANCE, will explore themes of memories and the significance of the times and places in our lives where such memories are built. This concert will feature new choreography by the company’s artistic director, Dawn Karlovsky, and guest work by French choreographer, Marie Christine Dal Farra of Vallauris, France, as part of an international choreographic exchange. Original sound score will be created and performed by local musician Tory Z Starbuck.
New Line TheatrepresentsAnything GoesMarch 1 – 24, 2018Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pmThursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20It’s 1934 and you’re going on a wild transatlantic cruise full of sex, booze, God, and gangsters. New Line continues its 27th season with the rowdy, naughty, subversive masterpiece of musical comedy, Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, a stinging satire of Americans’ quirky habit of turning religion into show business and criminals into celebrities, along the way skewering Wall Street, Prohibition, Old Money Brits, and a few other ripe targets. Anything Goes is a masterful mashup of musical comedy, gangaster movie, screwball comedy, and social satire. Anything Goes fearlessly ripped open the American psyche and spilled it all out onto a Broadway stage. And the American pysche hasn’t changed that much since 1934. Despite its reputation as fluff, the show is a whip-smart satire of American “cafe society” (the 1% of 1934), with the steamship S.S. American standing in for Shakespeare’s woods, a place with no rules, where people find out who they really are and “correct” the mistakes they’ve made in the world of the City.For more information, visit the New Line Theatre website.
$7 All ages 8:30pm Bunnygrunt 9:30pm JoanOfDark 10:30pm Gloom Balloon 11:30pm The Passengers
St. Louis areas premier mens a cappella chorus of more than 130 voices. Four-time International Champions under the direction of Dr. Jim Henry, Head of Choral Studies, UMSL.
prominent for sheer inventiveness and brilliance of execution
Philip Barnes, St. Louis Chamber Chorus. Ticket Prices: $19-$29
"Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis finest musicians for The Dark Room Brunch Sessions. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm. More info: http://www.thedarkroomstl.com/
Folk School jams are a great way to spend a weekend afternoon. Musicians of all skill levels come together to play and enjoy music under the guidance of a Folk School instructor. Jams are free and open to the public. Participants take turns leading songs and choosing tunes. These informal gatherings are a great way to get back to the basics and simply enjoy playing. Join in!
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Veteran story time lady, Georgy Rock, joins us each Tuesday morning from 10:30-11am to read stories, sing songs, laugh, and be silly. All ages welcome, and always free. Today is our special Children's Book Week edition.
Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $32 Flat, All AgesFeaturing Dennis Chambers and Bob FrancheshiniFive time Grammy Award winning musician Victor Wooten has been called the most influential bassist since Jaco Pastorius. He is a master innovator of the bass guitar, gifted composer, arranger, producer, vocalist, multi instrumentalist and founding member of Béla Fleck & The Flecktones. Never satisfied with the status quo, Vic is always growing as a person, artist, teacher and always willing to share his gifts with all who desire to learn. His legendary live shows continues the tradition of funkified virtuosity forged by James Brown, Funkadelic and Prince.Buy Tickets @ Metrotix.com
In this provocative novel, acclaimed novelist Anna Quindlen explores tensions in a tight-knit community following an unexpected act of violence. Some days Nora Nolan thinks that she and her husband, Charlie, lead a charmed life. Then one morning she returns from her run to discover that a terrible incident has shaken her comfortable neighborhood, and the fault lines begin to open: on the block, at her job, especially in her marriage. With humor, understanding, and a warm heart, Anna Quindlen explores what it means to be a mother, a wife, and a woman at a moment of reckoning.
Dylan LeBlanc and his band the Pollies come to the OB along with special guests The Artisanals March 27th, 2018. doors at 7p, show at 8p. Advance tickets are $12, $15 day of show. All ages with a $3 minor surcharge. under 18 must be accompanied by an adult (21+)
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