Saturday, 02 June 2018 17:41

Arts Capsule: Star-crossed and moonstruck

What do La Traviata and Romeo and Juliet have in common? Good question.

I won't mince words. The Shakespeare Festival St. Louis production of Shakespeare's 1610 comedy/drama The Winter's Tale, which runs through June 25th, is seriously great theatre. It demands to be seen.

When most businesses hand out free samples, you don't get that much. Enough shampoo for one lather and rinse. A couple of pieces of candy. It's free, after all, so you shouldn't expect much. Not so with the St. Louis Symphony.

With unseasonably cool temperatures and low humidity, this is shaping up to be a perfect week for an evening at the Muny.  And, for at least the first two days, you've got a perfect show to see: "Seussical," based on the stories of Dr. Seuss.

Saturday, 22 March 2014 20:12

Art On The Hill