The Midnight Company will be presenting four plays, including one St. Louis premiere and three original works, at various venues and under various banners in the spring/summer months ahead. Continue reading
REBEL AND MISFITS PRODUCTIONS is thrilled to announce Sex With Strangers, the first play in a series called An Intimate Theatre Project, which will run in tandem with The Immersive Theatre Project. This production, directed by New York City’s Michelle Bossy, with a run from March 30th 2017 through April 15th 2017, will take place at 4632 McPherson Avenue, in a private home. With room at each show for around 50 people, we will welcome our small audiences at 7:30PM, with a hard start at 8:00PM. Continue reading
Bi-state area high school students compete for scholarships & prizes
at FREE family event at The Fabulous Fox on Saturday, April 8th Continue reading
Performances, photographs and restaurant offerings highlight SHAKE 38 April 19-23 Continue reading
Solid Lines Productions is pleased to announce the lineup for its second annual fundraiser: “That’s What She Said: An All-Female Comedy Show.” The show will be at the Centene Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 1 (no joke!)
This year #ShePersisted is everywhere, and accordingly, we chose the first ever female comic to inspire our event, the icon, Moms Mabley. The night’s lineup features a diverse cast of female comedians who will perform comedy in many forms: stand-up, improv, sketch, dancing, singing, and even burlesque.
Mimi Le Uke
We Are Jenny Lewis
Asia Nicole Thomas
LIttle Bo Peepshow
Jamie Pitt & DeAnna Massie
With a special performance by Devon Cahill
DATE: Saturday, April 1, 2017
TIME: Doors open at 7:30pm, Show at 8pm
VENUE: Centene Center, 3547 Olive St, St. Louis, MO 63103
TICKETS: $25 General Admission, $35 VIP Admission, $250 VIP table (seats 8), shesaid2017.bpt.me
The evening will be a night to show that #ShePersisted and to support Solid Lines Productions, a theatre company focused on fostering community dialogue through theatre about socially relevant issues.
Solid Lines endeavors to serve the greater St. Louis community by generating and fostering dialogue through our live, theatrical productions. Admission to each of our productions is free of charge, and we tour the greater St. Louis area so as to better reach the community that we aim to serve. We spotlight social issues and create a safe space after each performance with a group discussion led by a certified counselor.
Slightly Askew Theatre Ensemble is hosting the fundraiser for Solid Lines Productions.