New on the list: Judy Garland in decline, zoo animals on the loose, a new LGBTQIA chorus, and samplers from Hawthorne Players and a vast variety of local theatre groups.
There's a lot of children's theatre avaialble this week, along with a popular musical at the Muny, the Grand Center Theatre Crawl, and a chance to sample highlights from Hawthorne Players' Voices of Valhalla without sitting on a bale of hay.
The Muny is celebrating its centennial this season, and they're kicking it off this week with a big, bright theatrical present in the form of the musical revue "Jerome Robbins' Broadway."
This week brings us, among other thngs, the opening night for the last of Opera Theatre's four shows, a classic tragedy at Stray Dog, and a classic comedy at Act Inc.
Easter week is a traditionally slow time in local theatre, but there's still plenty of good stuff out there.
New theatre, cabaret, AND the St. Louis Theater Circle Awards this week!
New shows this year include some magical realism at Looking Glass Playhouse, a complex drama at the Rep studio, and a new playwright's showcase.