From a big Broadway hit at the Fox to the annual Briefs festival in Grand Center, there's something for everyone this week on local stages.

We have an embarrassment of musical riches this week, including two different concerts by the St. Louis Symphony and a ton of events at Tavern of Fine Arts.

Lots of openings this week, running the gamut from Shakespeare to a brand-new play written for Mustard Seed.

Almost nobody wants to run a show over Easter weekend, so there is a ton of theatre going on between now and the end of March. There is simply something for everyone.

The St. Louis Symphony is off to Carnegie Hall this week, but there's still plenty of great music in town.

Highlights this week include Verdi at Winter Opera and Wagner at Powell Hall.

New shows this week include a rock cabaret from Mariposa Artists, Kander and Ebb's Chicago at Act Two, a return engagement of Million Dollar Quartet at the Fox, and William Finn's A New Brain at Lindenwood.

Highlights this week include the first St. Louis appearance of Slovakian conductor Juraj Valcuha and a program with harpsichordists Maryse Carlin and Todd Decker at Washington University.

Special concerts for Valentine's Day and Black History Month are on the calendar this week.

A little bit of everything on the concert scene this week, including the usual interesting mix from the Tavern of Fine Arts.

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