Archive 2011

Max&Louie Production

August 4-14

maxlouie_thrill_me_graphicRelationships can be murder. THRILL ME: THE LEOPOLD & LOEB STORY is a two-character musical drama that recounts the chilling true story of the legendary duo who committed one of the most infamous and heinous crimes of the twentieth century.

Insight Theatre

August 5-14

insight_logo_smallA romantic musical comedy about two employees who, despite their workplace animosities, become secret pen pals through a lonely hearts club. 


August 8-14

muny_bye_bye_birdie_graphicPut on your pedal-pushers, join the fan club and say “hello” to BYE BYE BIRDIE! Rock-and-roll idol Conrad Birdie is making a publicity stop in Sweet Apple, Ohio to give one lucky girl one last kiss before he reports to the US Army. Typical teen Kim McAfee is that one lucky girl. The news has Birdie’s fan fainting in the streets and burning up the telephone lines. This the Tony®-winning classic, and the first hit musical about that pesky rock-and-roll craze! Tunes like Kids, The Telephone Hour and One Last Kiss will help you to Put On A Happy Face!

Stages St. Louis

July 22-August 21

stages_secret_garden_graphicIn the grand tradition of such literary masterpieces as “Jane Eyre” and “Wuthering Heights,” three lonely children are forever changed as they learn to trust each other while finding refuge in the restoring of The Secret Garden where magic and hope bloom. A timeless tale that had captivated readers for generations, enter the mysterious world of The Secret Garden, where miracles abound and friendship hold a magic all its own. This uplifting tale of the heart is a celebration of the essence of life itself!

The NonProphet Theatre Company

August 4-20

nonprophets_debbie_does_dallas_graphicDebbie Does Dallas - The Musical is a modern day comedic morality tale (well, as modern as the classic 1970’s adult film on which it is based) of tragic proportions, told in the language of the rodeo-porn-football circus. Debbie Benton, All-American small-town sweetheart and captain of the cheerleaders, receives a letter to report to the most important event in her life: auditions for the Dallas Cowboy cheerleading squad! But, being as poor as she is pretty, she and her high school teammates form Teen Services, a company dedicated to getting menial jobs to raise money to help Debbie reach her lofty goal. When they realize that minimum-wage isn’t going to cut it, they hatch a plan to try their hands at “little favors”, performed with enthusiasm by “good girls”. The girls strive to help Debbie get “ten dollars closer to Dallas ” through sex, sweat and tears. But, will Debbie lose her soul along the way?

The Midnight Company


August 18-September 3

midnight_mistakes_were_made_graphicSpend “90 furious, fulminating, very funny minutes” (New York magazine) with Felix Artifex (who has brought such shows to Broadway as MEDEA with Suzanne Sommers and The Go-Gos in THE THREE SISTERS) as he tries to talk movie stars, playwrights, directors, agents, theatre owners and some very bad, unfriendly dudes in The Middle East with no conscience and a lot of ordnance into helping him get a new substantive American play to The Great White Way – MISTAKES WERE MADE, a play about the French Revolution, with a cast of 50, a guillotine, a star drop and a Horse.  “Hilarious and Harrowing” (CenterStage) “Wickedly Funny, Highly Emotional” (Talkin’ Broadway)

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