Donate Now to Support KDHX

Listen Live
  • JUser::_load: Unable to load user with id: 251
Theater Reviews
Have you ever thought that your house was out to get you? Things break down, fall apart at the most inopportune times; maybe the heat doesn't work on the coldest day of the year? It happens, right? Well, have you…
Friday, 03 December 2010 17:10

As Bees in Honey Drown: Buzz Up!

Written by Andrea Braun
Stray Dog Theatre presents Sarajane Alverson as Alexa Vere de Vere (née Brenda Gelb) in As Bees in Honey Drown, Douglas Carter Beane's satire on what is now a seemingly universal quest for a little piece of fame, even if…
In cabaret's house (to paraphrase John 14:2) are many mansions. If the show British singer Barb Jungr and her gifted pianist and music director Simon Wallace chose for their first St. Louis appearance is any indication, one of those mansions…
Monday, 29 November 2010 17:40

Oz Lands at The Fox

Written by
There were a select few wise enough to leave shopping behind last weekend and transport to a place where a farm girl from Kansas can carry a dog in basket, link arms with a lion, tinman, and scarecrow and skip…
Renowned cabaret artist Steve Ross has a long and happy relationship with St. Louis, going back to the early days of the Grandel Cabaret Series. He was one of the first performers to be featured by Jim Dolan's Presenters Dolan…
It was a striking visual moment:  in the spotlight the pretty blonde girl;  the short little black dress, heavily fringed—almost flapper in style.  And—-quite startlingly—long scarlet silk opera gloves.  Ah, that was a true touch of inspiration!  This is the…
Kirkwood Theatre Guild recently unveiled its 80th season with an audience-pleasing presentation of Noel Coward's charming comedy, Blithe Spirit. It's the type of show and production that has pleased patrons of the venerable community theater for eight decades.
Sunday, 21 November 2010 13:34

A maginificent Curse at Washington University

Written by Mark Bretz
Sam Shepard shocked the sensibilities of American theater when his literary voice first was raised in the 1960s and '70s. At first specializing in absurdist works, his style evolved into an alternate realism, a landscape where emotions and thoughts are…
Friday, 19 November 2010 23:46

Meramec's Miss Julie misses the mark

Written by Andrea Braun
A group of hardworking actors, their director, and a big crew give it their best shot, but SLCC Meramec's production of August Strindberg's Miss Julie mostly falls flat. Strindberg wrote this play in 1888 when he was experimenting with expressionism…
Tuesday, 16 November 2010 23:00

Tom Stoppard Czechs in at the History Museum

Written by Steve Callahan
Tom Stoppard is famous for plays aglow with his keen and well-nourished intellectual curiosity. In his 2006 play, Rock 'n' Roll, Stoppard focuses that intellect on the political and social upheavals that rocked his native country, Czechoslovakia, in the decades…
<< Start < 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 > End >>
Page 42 of 76

Sponsor Message

Become a Sponsor

Find KDHX Online

KDHX on Instagram
KDHX on YouTube
KDHX on SoundCloud
KDHX on Facebook
KDHX on Twitter
KDHX on flickr

KDHX Recommends


TOCO Family Festival

The TOCO Family Festival is a weekend of fun, camping, family centered arts and science workshops, musical and arts entertainment and much more.


Brunch at the Stage: Kip Loui and Brian Henneman

Chef bobEE Sweet of Black Bear Bakery fame serves up local, fresh, vegetarian friendly offerings every week with dishes like scrambled tofu, a variety of quiches, greens, salad, breakfast oats and pastries. The brunch menu is rounded...


Get Answers!

If you have questions or need to contact KDHX, visit our answers portal at

Upcoming Events HAPPENING

Online Users

5 users and 13993 guests online
Sign in with Facebook


Login/My Account

Sign in with Facebook