Materials saved from the landfill:
pattern-making, webbing, upholstery
Get a hands-on introduction to basic upholstery as you explore the tricks to re-covering the seat of an old dinning chair and learn to create a new seat structure with webbing. Plus, you’ll leave with your own handmade webbing stretcher. With all this knowledge, you won’t be able to stop re-envisioning and reupholstering where you sit when you get home! All materials provided.
Last day to register: Saturday, February 25
Introduction to Zen Meditation classes given by Reverend Daigaku Rumme
5 Thursday evenings starting Feb.2, 2017
Register by calling 314-669-4465 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
At the height of the Great Depression, Sam Babb, basketball coach of tiny Oklahoma Presbyterian College, recruited talented, hardworking women, offering them a free college education if they would play for his team, the Cardinals. He shaped the Cardinals into an unbeatable team. Written by Babb’s grand-niece, “Dust Bowl Girls” captures a groundbreaking moment in American sports history.
This concert will feature new and recent compositions by this young composer.
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20
New Line continues its 26th season with a rarely produced gem from the legendary team of John Kander and Fred Ebb, who have brought us Cabaret, Chicago, Kiss of the Spider Woman (all of which New Line has produced), The Scottsboro Boys, The Visit, Woman of the Year, The Act, etc., and from bookwriter Joseph Stein (Fiddler on the Roof, The Baker’s Wife, Rags). ZORBA is a rowdy, high-energy musical, based on the famous 1946 novel Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis, its 1964 film version, and letters that Kander and Ebb found from the real-life Zorba. Originally conceived and directed in 1968 by the legendary Harold Prince, the story opens in a bouzouki parlor in Greece where a group has gathered to tell stories. They introduce us to Zorba, his philosophy of living life to the fullest, and a very dramatic, emotional, tragic, but life affirming encounter with a young man and with love.
Thursday, March 2, 8pm-12am
2028 South 9th Street
Saint Louis, MO 63104
Want to know more about The Green McDonough Band? Visit their website at thegreenmcdonoughband.com!
Hail Cassius Neptune fuzes art rock with R&B into a unique sound channeling Erykah Badu and Hiatus Kaiyote. Fronted by Kylie Jo and Wilson Stern, their music weaves a danceable tapestry for the mind, body & soul. The band has been compared to acts across the gamut from The Mars Volta and Primus to Frank Zappa and D'Angelo. Kylie Jo Stern's vocals bring together Lauryn Hill's sense of soul with Fiona Apple's sense of humor.
The University Theatre at Saint Louis University presents Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson March 2-5, 2017. Based on the true story of Henrietta Swan Levitt’s ground breaking work with Cepheid variable stars at the Harvard Observatory, the play shows the struggles and limitations of female scientists in the early 1900s. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, March 2-4 at 8pm and Sunday, March 5 at 2pm, which will be ASL interpreted. There will be a pre-show discussion at 6:30pm prior to the Thursday, March 2 performance. Ticket information, theatre location and parking information can be found at slu.edu/utheatre.
The first weekly edition of Goodish presenting Word of Mouth @ Pop's Blue Moon. Come vibe out to fresh music with emphasis on beat culture and method.
beats, bass, hiphop, triphop, lofi, experimental, etc...
Organized by artist Jenna Bauer, founder of the Colorbridge Arts Collective, designers of socially informed visual arts education curricula, this exhibit uses the artist’s color wheel as a metaphor to encourage children to contemplate our similarities and differences as human beings. In collaboration with their classroom teachers and Colorbridge art educators, students created thought-provoking stories based on this theme, and also learned a wide variety of studio art-based illustration tactics including drawing and collage techniques, color theory and bookbinding. This exhibit presents over 50 books written and illustrated by students from Word of Life School, St. Cecilia School, Kennard Classical Junior Academy and a group of homeschooled children.
Student and teacher workshops available: Call Rebecca Gunter at 314-533-9900 x18 for information.
This exhibit presents a group of dynamic photographs by Ron Anderson, Jessica Hentoff, Susan Pittman and others that celebrate the work of St. Louis’s own social circus, Circus Harmony. The photographs, which include a 23-foot frieze of portraits of circus members by Anderson and Pittman, cover their work both at home and abroad. The non-profit Circus Harmony uses circus arts to motivate social change by inspiring individuals and connecting communities with their circus education and entertainment programs. The exhibition is made possible in part by Nina Needleman.
Performance: Friday, March 3, 2017, 6 p.m.
Members of Circus Harmony will present a short performance at the opening reception, Kemper Atrium.
At the heart of the tango lies longing and desire...These evocative melodies date to the 19th century, but remain always fresh and changing, as they give voice to mankind’s age-old and inmost yearning: the universal desire for love. Women’s HOPE Chorale, in partnership with the electrifying Cortango Orquesta, brings you a world premiere of great tango melodies arranged by Adam Maness, well-known composer, arranger, and performer with the 442s. Open your heart to the timeless rhythms of the Argentine tango and find yourself gently seduced by its plaintive strains and exotic rhythms.
"March 3, 2017
Bassamp & Dano record release show
at El Leñador (3124 Cherokee Street)8pm
Bassamp & Dano unofficially release their split record with pop punk legends THE QUEERS
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