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10 September 2007 @ 03:17 pm
This should be a terrific show!

Stray Dog Theatre presents the hot summer mystery sizzler "Suddenly Last Summer"!

After Catharine Holly is the sole witness to her cousin's mysterious death during a recent summer vacation, her Aunt Violet schemes to prevent the truth from being revealed.

Featuring some of St. Louis's finest actors:
Nancy Lewis / Julie Layton / Liz Hopeful / Rusty Gunther / Jan Niehoff / Chelsea Zotta / and Saint Louis newcomer : Joshua Thomas


Presented at the new home of Stray Dog Theatre: Tower Grove Abbey

SEPTEMBER 6-22, 2007
(Saturday 9/22 at 2PM only)
$18: Adults / $15: Students & Seniors

FOR TICKETS & INFO. CALL: 314-865-1995

2336 Tennessee Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63104



[crossposted to the stlouis community]
07 February 2007 @ 06:02 pm
Just FYI--

The Vagina Monologues, for those interested, is showing on Saturday, February 10 at the YWCA Phyllis Wheatley Center, located at 2711 Locust, St. Louis, MO. (Friday is sold out.)

Purpose: V-day is a global movement to stop violence against women and girls and generate broader attention to the fight to stop issues of rape, battery, incest, female genital mutilation, sex trade and sexual slavery. Through local V-day campaigns, community members
and college students produce annual benefit productions of The Vagina Monologues to raise awareness and funds for local anti-violence groups within their community, as well as to
benefit the global spotlight of that year.

Sponsoring Chartered Student Organization(CSO): Una, SLU's student feminist group

Proceeds go to: The Women's Safe House (domestic violence shelter in the city) and Karen House (a Catholic Worker home of hospitality for homeless women and children located north
of campus)

Cost: $10

It's my 5th year in the production. Come see and support these very worthy charities! :)
how are you?: cheerfulcheerful
27 December 2006 @ 09:46 pm
I have a music background-- music ed. degree, did musical theatre during high school and college, sang with the symphony chorus. Seeing this summer's line-up I am interested in auditioning for the adult chorus.

Does anyone have info on how competitive it is for men? Any suggestions?
26 September 2006 @ 09:59 am
Orange Girls opens their season with "Bold Girls" by Rona Munro. Directed by Eric Little.
Opens next weekend at COCA!
Here's a link!

Should be really good! The orange girls have done "Going to See the Elephant" and "Medea".
21 September 2006 @ 04:13 pm
Saint Louis Shakespeare trivia night is coming up, so I thought i'd do my part to whore it out;

11 September 2006 @ 01:01 pm
I'm excited to see West End Players' upcoming production of "The Oldest Profession" this weekend and next! Go see it!!
Directed by T. Doggett, Union Avenue Christian Church
more info here!
11 September 2006 @ 01:01 pm
Does anyone know when the St. Louis Arts for Life Awards show will be run on cable? Also, what channel will it be run on?
11 September 2006 @ 12:57 pm
I saw St. Louis Shakespeare's production of "Troilus & Cresida" this weekend. I really enjoyed it. I thought the performers did a great job, and the fights were really intense.
Actually, I saw it opening night, and then Thursday and Saturday the second weekend. In my opinion, the energy and connection even between the actors (esp. Troilus and Cresida) was a lot stronger the first weekend.
Anyone else see this show?
What did you think?
11 September 2006 @ 12:54 pm
Hello and welcome to the St. Louis Theatre Community!!

I've created this journal for people to talk about and promote theatre that goes on here in St. Louis. I hope all you LJ-ers in the St. Louis area will use this to find out about shows and auditions or to discuss what you liked or didn't like about productions you see.

Also, if you want something added to the interest list (ie the name of a theatre group, a performance space, etc.) please comment on this first entry, and I will add it to the list.

Following, I have entered three examples of what perhaps I envision this community being used for. We'll just let it grow and see where it goes.

Have fun!!
where are you?: at my desk at school