REPLACIRE (Boston, MA / Season of Mist Records)https://replacire.bandcamp.com/QUAERE VERUMhttps://toseekthetruth.bandcamp.com/VOIDGAZERhttps://voidgazerstl.bandcamp.com/8PM$7All Ages
The Monocle presents Throwdown Thursdays, our weekly live music night featuring local rock band LSXPRSS as well as a different local opener each week. Sponsored by PBR and Jameson, this music happy hour is every Thursday from 9-Midnight. $2 PBR and $6 PB&J (PBR Tall Boy & A Shot of Jameson). Support local music and join us at the Monocle for Throwdown Thursdays with LSXPRSS!
St. Louis singing sensation Kim Massie performs every Thursday night.
Music and entertainment provided by:Jr. Clooney / CaveofswordS / Traveling Sound Machine / LOOPRAT / Tommy Halloran / Glued / Moonrace / New Holland / L.S. XPRSS / Mammoth Piano / The Tube Socks / POET X / motherbear / Aiko Tsuchida /The STL Legal Fund (https://www.fundedjustice.com/61HQD2?ref=ab_9R49MX1y93K9R49MX1y93K) is a comprehensive legal support fund for use in court and legal costs for activists in the St. Louis region. They are a jail and legal support group working with the community in a mutual aid model, and have been instrumental in providing legal assistance in lieu of of city's contemporary bouts with extrajudicial killings of African-Americans and First Amendment rights abuse. A $5 to $10 suggested donation will be asked at the door of this show; all of which will go directly to the Fund.
Join us for a fundraising benefit for the St. Louis Legal fund - a comprehensive legal support fund for use in court and legal costs for activists in the St. Louis regionFestival is headlined by Jr Clooney, CaveofSwords, LOOPRAT, Traveling Sound Machines, Tommy Halloran, LS XPRSS, Mother Meat and many more! The event begins at 3pm and will be going all night. Suggested donation of 5 dollars at the event!
Bryan Robertson uses digital collage techniques to create colorful, compelling world and regional maps that ask the question: "Who is in charge here?" Join us for the closing reception of this engaging exhibit.
After receiving a beautiful replica of French artist Edgar Degas’ famous sculpture, The Little Dancer of 14 Years, for her birthday, our heroine Mary is transported back to the moment when the original was unveiled. Much to her surprise, it is ridiculed, prompting Degas to lock the sculpture in a closet never to be seen again! Mary rescues The Little Dancer, who comes to life, and together, they explore the streets and venues of Paris in this fanciful, newly imagined production. (60 minutes)Join us for a delightful tea party with The Little Dancer performers, which begins immediately following the Sunday, 1:00PM performance. Call the COCA Box Office for ticket availability at 314.561.4877.
Metro Theater CompanypresentsHans Brinker and the Silver SkatesSchool Matinees ($8)Dec. 5–22Tues. – Fri. at 10AMPublic PerformancesDec. 8–22Fri. & Sat. at 7PMSun. at 2PMSat., Dec. 23 at 2PMDec. 26–30 at 2PMFri., Dec. 29 at 7PMTicketsAdult: $20Student/Military/Senior (55+): $16Groups of 10 or more: $14/ticketOrchestra Box (seats 4): $72Metro Theater Company presents a new telling of the classic story Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates. First published in 1865, this is a story of resilience and integrity in the face of adversity and the thrill of racing down the ice on skates. In the end, we learn character is not defined by wealth or status, but by the choices that we make and the actions we take.
Dr. Keiser is a renowned concert organist here for a free concert and will use the fine instrument in the acoustic ambiance of the sanctuary.
What do you get when five guys in an old locomotive are flyin down the tracks to jam heaven at the speed of bluegrass? The Squarshers!From their hard hitting stompy southern grooves to their fast chucking in your face brand of string music, The Squarshers are ready to throwdown. They are quite a spectacle, with a stage presence that matches their musical intensity. They are a self proclaimed “groovegrass” band, pulling heavily from funk and jam styles
Swooning fiddle melodies and breakneck banjo licks combine to make a musical storm that doesn't let up. When it rains it pours and when it's pouring groovegrass all you can do is dance.
WHAT: Young People’s Theatre production of “The Nutcracker” WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15, and Saturday, Dec. 16; and 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, and Sunday, Dec. 17WHERE: Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building theater, St. Charles Community College, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr. in CottlevilleCOST: $10 CONTACT INFO: stchastickets.universitytickets.com, 636-922-8233 or firstname.lastname@example.org NEWS STORY FORMATYoung People’s Theatre to perform “The Nutcracker”Young People’s Theatre will perform The Nutcracker at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15, and Saturday, Dec. 16; and 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, and Sunday, Dec. 17, in the Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building theater on the St. Charles Community College campus. The campus is located at 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville.Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at stchastickets.universitytickets.com or by calling 636-922-8233.The legend of the Nutcracker comes to life in this captivating story told around the majesty of Tchaikovsky's beautiful music. At a gala Christmas Eve party, Clara's godfather presents her with an amazing Nutcracker in the form of a wooden soldier. Too excited to sleep, she suddenly finds the Nutcracker brought to life. He tells her he is a prince under the wicked enchantment of the Mouse King, and she joins him in a series of adventures in strange lands as he seeks to regain his throne. Full of fantasy characters that dance their way into your heart, this timeless classic is a perfect accompaniment to the holiday season.For more information, call the SCC Continuing Education Department at 636-922-8233.
Join Chicago award winning band Honey & the 45s at UMSL's J C Penney Auditorium. Honey & the 45s is a female-fronted soul/rock band. Partial proceeds from this show will benefit the Counseling and Social Advocacy Center at UMSL. Doors open at 7pm for a Reception with a Cash Bar. The band will start at 8pm with a meet & greet to follow the show. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at http://bit.ly/umslhoneyshow.
R-S TheatricspresentsThe FlickDecember 8 – 23, 2017Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pmSundays at 6:30pm$20 General Admission / $18 Students & Older AdultsBy Annie BakerTHE FLICK welcomes you to a rundown movie theatre in Worcester County, MA, where Sam, Avery and Rose are navigating lives as sticky as the soda under the seats. The movies on the big screen are no match for the tiny battles and not so tiny heartbreaks that play out in the empty aisles.A 2014 Pulitzer Prize winning playDirected by Joe HanrahanCast:Mr. Tyson Cole – Skylar/Dreaming ManMs Jennelle Gilreath – RoseMr. Jaz Tucker – AveryMr. Chuck Winning – Sam
Dr. Kimball will discuss new research on radio quasars, which are very bright, very distant objects detected by the radio waves they emit. They are supermassive black holes in other galaxies – objects containing millions of times the amount of matter packed into the Sun. She will also talk about working with the Very Large Array, an interconnected group of 27 radio telescopes, each over 80 feet across. Dr. Kimball is an Assistant Scientist at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. Cosponsored by St. Louis Astronomical Society and NASA MO Space Grant Consortium at Washington University
Electronic reggae-dub innovators, Jon Wayne and The Pain have been mesmerizing fans for nearly a decade, with their signature JWP cosmic-blend of electronic beats, fused with upbeat roots-reggae music and a psychedelic funk. The Twin Cities based ensemble burst onto the scene in 2007, following their debut self-titled album. Since then, they have been building a dedicated Midwest loyal-fan following through extensive touring, influential songwriting and multi-dimensional jamming. Over the past few years, the band has gained steadfast momentum with invitations to perform on some of the nations most renowned music and art festivals, as Electric Forest, Summer Camp, Cali Roots and Wakarusa to name a few. Their transcendent live performances, loyal fan-following, cosmic reggae jam sound and fluid chemistry are what ensures the innovative band of JWP, a mainstay position in the ever-evolving music scene.
The 9th annual all-star holiday show and revue, featuring the Funky Butt Brass Band and numerous special guest artists, a burlesque performance and a visit from that jolly old elf himself, Santa Claus. This show will likely sell out, so advance ticket purchases are recommended.
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