Theater

Local Theater Venues, Organizations, Programs

  • Act Inc
    St Louis Acting Reviews
  • Affton Centerstage Theatre
    Affton Alumni Theatre originated in the 1983, under the direction of Judy Rethwisch and some of her former students.
  • Circus Flora
    The Circus Arts Foundation of Missouri's mission is to broaden and deepen the appreciation of the performing arts in the greater St. Louis community by producing and presenting innovative performances and educational programs through the use of classic circus skills.
  • Edison Theatre
    Edison serves as a teaching facility for the Washington University Performing Arts Department, which produces three mainstage Edison shows each year and serves as a performance venue for Washington University student organizations.
  • First Run Theatre
    First Run Theatre provides a vehicle for regional playwrights to produce original, unpublished, never-produced works.
  • Jest" Murder Mystery Theater
    Murder Mystery Shows - Murder Mystery Corporate Events - Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre - Murder Mystery Christmas Parties - Murder Mystery Team Building
  • Kirkwood Theatre Guild
    The Mission of the Kirkwood Theatre Guild is to be the most FUN and the most REVERED community theatre group for members and patrons alike
  • Kramer Marionettes
    In a time of video games, violent cartoons and toys that play all by themselves, it's reassuring to see your kids enjoying an ancient art like puppetry. At Kramer's, when the lights go down and the music plays, the audience seems to come alive along with the puppets!
  • Kurtain Kall
    KTK has a continuing goal to perform theater for the love of theater with ensemble spirit. We would like to continue this pursuit in the south St. Louis area, tapping the resources of the area and the potential of our members.
  • Metro Theater Company
    Metro is inspired by the intelligence and emotional wisdom of young people, we create professional theater, foster inclusive community, and nurture meaningful learning through the arts.
  • Monroe Actors Stage Company
    Monroe Actors Stage Company (MASC) is a Community Theatre located in the Historic Capitol Theatre in downtown Waterloo, Illinois. Serving Southern Illinois and the greater St. Louis metro area, MASC produces five shows a year with the purpose of bringing enjoyable — and affordable — live theatre to the area’s residents.
  • New Line Theatre
    New Line Theatre, "The Bad Boy of Musical Theatre," was created in 1991 to involve the people of the St. Louis region in the creation and exploration of provocative, alternative, politically and socially relevant works of musical theatre – daring, muscular, intelligent theatre about politics, race, violence, drugs, sexuality, religion, art, obscenity, the media, and other contemporary issues. And a lot of four-letter words. And every now and then, a little nudity. And lots of rock and roll
  • Performing Arts Department Washington University
    We are a dynamic department dedicated to teaching and learning about dance and theater through various forms of inquiry.
  • Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
    Since 1966, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis has been the region's premier live, professional theatre.
  • St. Louis Black Repertory Theatre
    The Black Rep is the nation's largest, professional African-American theatre company. The company was established in 1976 by Ron Himes, then a student at Washington University in St. Louis, as the Phoenix Theatre Troupe.
  • St. Louis Shakespeare
    SLS is dedicated to producing Shakespeare’s entire canon. To date, the Company has presented more than three quarters of the Bard's plays, including such seldom-seen works as TROILUS & CRESSIDA, KING JOHN, WINTER’S TALE and TITUS ANDRONICUS; SLS closed its 24th season with the Midwest premiere of EDWARD III. Additionally, SLS presents the works of other classical playwrights such as Aristophanes, Euripides, Feydeau, Oscar Wilde, Sheridan, Moliere, Shaw and 20th century classics by playwrights such as Arthur Miller and Tom Stoppard.
  • St. Louis for Theater Lovers - Explore St. Louis
    With more than 40 professional theatre companies, in addition to world-class dance, comedy and improv troupes, St. Louis offers the theatre-lover so much to explore!
  • Stages St. Louis
    STAGES ST. LOUIS is a professional, not-for-profit organization located in St. Louis, Missouri, and dedicated to producing the indigenous American art form of musical theatre. STAGES is also firmly committed to providing performing arts educational opportunities to our community and serves students both at the STAGES Performing Arts Academy and through numerous outreach programs
  • Stray Dog Theatre
    Stray Dog Theatre (SDT) is committed to unleashing the art of theatre and community service on Saint Louis and the surrounding community.
  • TOUHILL Performing Arts Center
    The Touhill offers quality arts and entertainment from across the spectrum of the performing arts genres.
  • Take Two Productions
    Take Two Productions’ mission is to provide opportunities for individuals of all ages and races to develop their creative talents through live, musical theater and to make community connections through service to and financial support of well-deserving charities.
  • The Circus Day Foundation
    Mission Statement Circus Day Foundation teaches the art of life through circus education. We work to build character and expand community for youth of all ages, cultures, abilities and backgrounds. Through teaching and performance of circus skills, we help people defy gravity, soar with confidence and leap over social barriers, all at the same time.
  • The Midnight Company
    The Midnight Company
  • The Muny
    The Muny, short for The Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis, is an outdoor musical amphitheatre, located in Forest Park.
  • The Royal Dump Dinner Theatre
    Step back into 16th century England for an evening of Medieval Madness with King Henry VIII and his bevy of wenches! It's a riotous night of bawdy merry making and song as you are transformed back to the days of yore!
  • The Tin Ceiling
    The Tin Ceiling is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing alternative entertainment to the St. Louis community, showcasing the works of local talent in theater, music, and art. Be sure to check our calendar for upcoming theatrical feats of thrill and intrigue.
  • The Uppity Theatre Company
    Our name reflects who we are. Bold, brave, willing to step outside the status quo in order to instigate social change, promote civic dialogue and produce transformative theatrical art of the highest quality for people of all ages.
  • Unity Theatre Ensemble
    Unity Theatre Ensemble has overcome many challenges to achieve its thirty-nine year history of producing classic dramas, original musicals, and experimental works with an insightful intelligence and honesty which set new standards of excellence in theater arts.
  • West End Players Guild
    The Mission of West End Players Guild is to offer character-driven, dramatically significant plays that appeal to and reflect the diverse tastes of the St. Louis metropolitan theater-going public. We are big theater in a small space.

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