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Upcoming events

24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 -5:00 pm

A FREE concert of four-string banjo music played by members of the STL BandJos Youth Banjo Band. A wide variety of music with melodies, harmonies and vocals to showcase their talents as banjo players.
Support these young people as they travel their musical journey with the banjo. Com to the concert before you go out to dinner.

24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 -10:00 pm
$25.00

The Gateway Greening Young Professionals (YP) Committee, a group of young people committed to Gateway Greening's mission to strengthen communities through gardening and urban agriculture, is planning it's first event, a Trivia Night! Join us at The DEN for a night of trivia, silent auction, raffle, a contest for the best table decorations and more. We can't wait to see you there! Tickets are $200 per table (each table seats 8 people). Doors open at 6pm. Trivia begins at 7pm.

$25.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 -11:00 pm
$60.00

The Sheldon and KDHX presents: St. Louis Folk and Roots Festival

Folk and Roots Festival Package: $60 includes Friday and Saturday night concerts at The Sheldon, Murder Ballad Ball Kickoff on Thursday, March 22 @ KDHX, Saturday instrument workshops, square dance and Late Night Saturday show at The Stage @ KDHX.  For more information and a full schedule of events, visit folkandrootsstl.com.

$60.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 -9:00 pm
$20.00

Karlovsky & Company Dance
“Remembrance”
March 23 & 24, 2018
7:30pm
$20 General Admission
$15 Student/Senior
$10 Groups of 10+
$80 Orchestra Box (seats up to four)
Karlovsky & Company Dance’s main stage concert, REMEMBRANCE, will explore themes of memories and the significance of the times and places in our lives where such memories are built. This concert will feature new choreography by the company’s artistic director, Dawn Karlovsky, and guest work by French choreographer, Marie Christine Dal Farra of Vallauris, France, as part of an international choreographic exchange. Original sound score will be created and performed by local musician Tory Z Starbuck.

$20.00
24
Mar
2018

In a post-apocalyptic world, a brave general receives a prophecy that one day he will become king. Consumed with ambitious thoughts and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth seizes the throne and becomes a tyrannical ruler who is forced to commit terrible acts to protect himself from enmity and suspicion.

Tickets available at mbuboxoffice.com.
$10 General Admission
$8 Seniors (65+)/Students

$10.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 -10:00 pm
$19.00

St. Louis area’s premier men’s a cappella chorus of more than 130 voices. Four-time International Champions under the direction of Dr. Jim Henry, Head of Choral Studies, UMSL. “…prominent for sheer inventiveness and brilliance of execution…” Philip Barnes, St. Louis Chamber Chorus.
Ticket Prices: $19-$29

$19.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018
$25.00

New Line Theatre
presents
Anything Goes
March 1 – 24, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20
It’s 1934 and you’re going on a wild transatlantic cruise full of sex, booze, God, and gangsters. New Line continues its 27th season with the rowdy, naughty, subversive masterpiece of musical comedy, Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, a stinging satire of Americans’ quirky habit of turning religion into show business and criminals into celebrities, along the way skewering Wall Street, Prohibition, Old Money Brits, and a few other ripe targets. Anything Goes is a masterful mashup of musical comedy, gangaster movie, screwball comedy, and social satire. Anything Goes fearlessly ripped open the American psyche and spilled it all out onto a Broadway stage. And the American pysche hasn’t changed that much since 1934. Despite its reputation as fluff, the show is a whip-smart satire of American “cafe society” (the 1% of 1934), with the steamship S.S. American standing in for Shakespeare’s woods, a place with no rules, where people find out who they really are and “correct” the mistakes they’ve made in the world of the City.
For more information, visit the New Line Theatre website.

$25.00
24
Mar
2018

$25.00

Inevitable Theatre Company
presents
“STIFF“
March 22 – April 1, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturday & Sundays
Varying Times
$25 Adult GA / $15 Student & Senior / $15 Industry
Award-winning Dallas actress Sherry Jo Ward chronicles her struggle with Stiff Person Syndrome, an incredibly rare disease which impairs her mobility and causes her unexplained pain.
Part stand-up comedy, part PowerPoint presentation, STIFF is a unique and engaging first person account of what it means to re-assess one’s own goals and ambition when confronted with a life-altering diagnosis.
STIFF was the unanimous standout at the Festival of Independent Theatres (FIT) in Dallas, TX. STIFF won recognition for Best Actress and Best New Play from the Dallas-Fort Worth Theatre Critics Forum.
Sherry performed the devastating role of Shirley Jones in Inevitable Theatre Company’s inaugural production, Jordan by Anna Reynolds and Moira Buffini, at the Out of the Loop Festival in Addison, TX, in 2007. This acclaimed production was later revived at Baylor University as a benefit for the Family Abuse Center in Waco, TX.
The company that started with Sherry and a chair is proud to see her return to the Inevitable stage … with another chair.

$25.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 -10:30 pm
$25.00

The Sheldon and KDHX present: The HillBenders with special guests Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert

This dynamic bluegrass quintet from Springfield, MO - with their high-octane shows, tight harmonies and stunning instrumental prowess - have been winning fans and making waves at festivals and concerts across the country since their formation in 2008. The HillBenders recognize their ability to bridge the gap between mainstream music and the bluegrass genre, selecting material that defies any hillbilly stigmas. Their festival appearances also reflect the crossover; the band recently played the very traditional Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival and the esteemed Philadelphia Folk Festival on back to bay days on the same weekend.
With their widely varied influences, they are trying to bring to bluegrass songs that unify. “We wanted to pair bluegrass with the other music we grew up with —rock and roll!” say HillBender Nolan Lawrence.
 
The HillBenders Instrumentation: Mark Cassidy – banjo, Gary Rea – bass, Jim Rea – guitar, Nolan Lawrence – mandolin, Chad "Gravy Boat" Graves - dobro
 
Kieran Kane has been referred to as "the godfather of Americana music" for his seminal work in The O'Kanes and Kane Welch Kaplin, as well as co-founding the independent label Dead Reckoning Records. Rayna Gellert turned to Appalachian old-time music at a young age, becoming a prodigious fiddler and leading a new revival of American stringband music through her work with the acclaimed roots band Uncle Earl.

$25.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 -11:00 pm
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 - 02-24-2018 11:00 pm
$17.00

The third annual performance of this tribute to the late great David Bowie.  All of the classic songs from this iconic artist, as well as deep cuts for the died-in-the-wool fans, from nearly five decades of his life's work.

$17.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018
$20.00

One of the most captivating songwriters in the folk arena, celebrated musician Michael Peter Smith has toured the United States and Canada for nearly five decades. He creates new work on a constant basis, and music’s finest performers record his songs. His song “The Dutchman,” a signature piece for the late Liam Clancy and for the late Steve Goodman, and still recorded by dozens of others, is considered a classic. Michael’s latest CD features songs inspired by Moby-Dick.  Michael has appeared at The Focal Point more than a dozen times over the years, and his performances here have always been a special treat for all who attend. Come see why.

$20.00
24
Mar
2018

03-24-2018 - 03-25-2018 1:00 am

Mo Egeston Music & the Kranzberg Arts Foundation

present

Late Night Grooves

 

10pm – 1am (No cover)

 

A blend of improvisation, modern soul & beats

featuring collaborations with a variety of

vocalists, instrumentalists & beat producers.

 

2/24: Mo E All-Stars – RSVP

3/3: Mo E All-Stars Trio & Montez Coleman – RSVP

3/10: Mo E Trio feat. Paige Alyssa – RSVP

3/24: Mo E 3 featuring Cheri Evans – RSVP

3/31: Mo E Trio feat. Charlie Cerpa – RSVP

25
Mar
2018

03-25-2018

"Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians for “The Dark Room Brunch Sessions”. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm. More info: http://www.thedarkroomstl.com/

 

25
Mar
2018

03-25-2018 -1:30 pm

SUNDAYS – Live music brunch, every Sunday (11am – 1:30pm)

Brunchin’ at The Dark Room

 

Every Sunday

11am – 1:30pm (unless otherwise noted)

(No cover)

 

Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians for live music brunches at The Dark Room. Pair fine tunes with our acclaimed brunch menu, served 10am-3pm.

 

2/25: Brunchin’ w/ Montez Coleman Band (11am – 2pm) – RSVP

3/4: Brunchin’ w/ Anita Jackson – RSVP

3/11: Brunchin’ w/ Chuck Flowers Duo – RSVP

3/18: Brunchin’ w/ Tommy Halloran Band – RSVP

3/25: Brunchin’ w/ Montez Coleman Band (11am – 2pm) – RSVP

25
Mar
2018

$25.00

Inevitable Theatre Company
presents
“STIFF“
March 22 – April 1, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturday & Sundays
Varying Times
$25 Adult GA / $15 Student & Senior / $15 Industry
Award-winning Dallas actress Sherry Jo Ward chronicles her struggle with Stiff Person Syndrome, an incredibly rare disease which impairs her mobility and causes her unexplained pain.
Part stand-up comedy, part PowerPoint presentation, STIFF is a unique and engaging first person account of what it means to re-assess one’s own goals and ambition when confronted with a life-altering diagnosis.
STIFF was the unanimous standout at the Festival of Independent Theatres (FIT) in Dallas, TX. STIFF won recognition for Best Actress and Best New Play from the Dallas-Fort Worth Theatre Critics Forum.
Sherry performed the devastating role of Shirley Jones in Inevitable Theatre Company’s inaugural production, Jordan by Anna Reynolds and Moira Buffini, at the Out of the Loop Festival in Addison, TX, in 2007. This acclaimed production was later revived at Baylor University as a benefit for the Family Abuse Center in Waco, TX.
The company that started with Sherry and a chair is proud to see her return to the Inevitable stage … with another chair.

$25.00
25
Mar
2018

03-25-2018 -5:00 pm

Illuminating two fascinating moments in America’s cultural and political history the play sets off from a farm in Indiana in 1937, as a young girl named Ruby struggles to turn her dream of the first all-electrical television system into a reality. Move to 1957, to a McCarthy-era New York TV studio as Lulu, Ruby's daughter, attempts to get her mother's story told through the medium of television. Groff's script is filled with humor and irony as the story charts the course of the phenomenon of television: from early idealism and sparks of genius, to promises fulfilled and compromises brokered, and beyond.