New shows this week include Angels in America at Washington U., Our Town at Lindenwood, and the monthly Singers Open Mic at Sophie's Artist Lounge.

New shows this week include a hometown favorite musical at the Muny and an unusual musical at Stray Dog with a book by the author of Driving Miss Daisy.

The flood of holiday-themed theatre begins this week, along with a few shows that have nothing at all to do with visions of sugarplums.

Cooler fall weather is finally here, and so is a lot of cool theatre.

The big July 4th pause will soon be upon us, but meanwhile there's plenty of great theatre out there.

Even with Easter weekend approaching, there's still plenty of great theatre and cabaret in town, including new shows at St. Louis Actors' Studio and Mustard Seed.

The big holiday theatre chill is over, which means theatre, cabaret, and even burlesque are busting out all over.

A highly-regarded children's theatre production by Metro is joined this week by a religious musical at St. Margaret of Scotland and an irreverent one-man show at Westport.

More holiday (and non-holiday) events join an theatre calendar already chock full of goodies.

It's a short calendar this week, but there's still a lot of theatre to be thankful for.

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