Chuck Lavazzi

Chuck Lavazzi

Chuck Lavazzi is the producer for the arts calendars and senior performing arts critic at 88.1 KDHX, the local correspondent for Cabaret Scenes magazine, the host of The Cabaret Project’s monthly open mic night at the Tavern of Fine Arts, and entirely to blame for the Stage Left blog at  He’s a member of the Music Critics Association of North America and the St. Louis Theater Circle. 

Chuck has been acting, designing sound, and occasionally directing theatrical productions since roughly the Bronze Age.  His one-man show Just a Song at Twilight: the Golden Age of Vaudeville, presented at the Missouri History Museum, was the opening production of the West End Players Guild’s 101st season.  He has also appeared with Stray Dog, Metro Theatre Company, The Rep, Midwest Lyric Opera, St. Louis Actors’ Studio, St. Louis Shakespeare, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, and even the St. Louis Symphony, where he narrated Peter and the Wolf. He and his lovely wife Sherry live in a house that’s older than both of them put together in the historic and utterly charming Soulard neighborhood.

It's an explosion (definitely not an implosion) of theatre, cabaret, and dance this week, as everybody gets their shows up and running in time to close before Easter weekend.

Chamber music from India is on the bill this week, along with the season finale by the IMI Chamber Players.

A pair of big, colorful jukebox musicals join the hit list this week, along with an inspiring choral concert and a chilling drama pulled from real life.

You'll find lots of great new theatre on local stages this week, along with the annual St. Louis Theater Circle Awards, honoring all of that great theatre.

The human voice dominates the concert scene this week, but there's also a program of the complete string quartets by Brahms.

A hard-hitting (in the most literal sense) drama at the Rep Studio joins the list this week.

Theatre, cabaret, and a preview of the 2017 St. Lou Fringe are all on the calendar this week.

The annual Briefs one-act play festival makes the list this week, along with the return of a classic based on a famous novel.

We have everything from contemporary chamber music to a night at the movies for you this week.

There's a vast variety of new theatre on local stages, including the return of the Briefs one-act play festival.

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