Lots of cabaret and musical theatre on tap this week, along with closing performances for the Black Rep's revisionist take on a Strindberg classic.

Labor Day weekend is usually a theatrical dead zone, but even so I've got a couple of hot tips for you to go with your burgers and hot dogs.

Here's your last chance to catch some popular shows before the big Labor Day Weekend freeze.

Music is in the air this week at The Muny, Max and Louie Productions, and at the St. Louis Cabaret Festival. Meanwhile, an important collection of one-acts completes its run in Lafayette Square.

I only have a few items this week, but they're winners.

This weekend is your last chance for some hit musicals as well as the 30th-anniversary edition of Circus Flora.

Yes, there is an awful lot of great theatre in town. Get out of the heat; come in and see a play. Or an opera.

Great cabaret entertainment joins the lineup of drama, musical theatre, and opera this week.

New new productions at Opera Theatre join the hit list this week.

On the hit list this week: two debut cabaret shows, a new musical at New Jewish, and the local premiere of a late Tennessee Williams play.