Sunday, June 30, 2013

St. Louis theatre calendar for the week of July 1, 2013

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Insight Theatre Company presents the musical 1776 running through July 7. Performances take place in the Heagney Theatre, 530 East Lockwood on the campus of Nerinx Hall High School in Webster Groves. For more information, call 314-556-1293 or visit Read the 88.1 KDHX review!

The Pub Theater Company presents Bye Bye Liver: The St. Louis Drinking Play, a comedic romp through the joys and pitfalls of The Gateway to the West's favorite pastime. Performances take place on Saturdays at 9 PM at Maggie O'Brien's, 2000 Market Street. For more information, you may call 314-827-4185, email stlouis at, or visit

The Lemp Mansion Comedy-Mystery Dinner Theater presents Clueless through July 27. The Lemp Mansion is at 3322 DeMenil Place. For more information:

The Bissell Mansion Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre presents Field of Schemes through July 27. The Bissell Mansion is at 4426 Randall Place. For more information:

St. Louis Actors' Studio presents the Neil LaBute New Theater Festival Part 1 July 5-14 at the Gaslight Theatre, 358 North Boyle. Part 1 features performances of The Possible by LaBute along with Pinky Swear by Tyler Vickers, 2 Irishmen Digging a Ditch by GD Kimble, Elephant in the Room by Alexis Clements, and Cleansing Acts by Carols Perez. For more information, call 314-458-2978 or visit

The Muny presents Nunsense Muny Style Monday through Sunday at 8:15 PM, July 1-7, in the outdoor theatre in Forest Park. For more information, visit or call 314-361-1900.

Gitana Productions presents !Soy Yo! An Afro-Latina Suite by Mariah Richardson Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 3 PM through July 14. “Take a journey through time with Promise and her ancestors to get a glimpse into what it is like to be Black and Latina in America. The journey is one of struggle, joy, beauty and triumph of mixed identity in a changing America. An evening filled with rhythm and dance!” Performances take place in the Kranzberg Arts Center, 501 North Grand in Grand Center. For more information:

Would you like to be on the radio? KDHX, 88.1 FM needs theatre reviewers. If you're 18 years or older, knowledgeable in this area, have practical theatre experience (acting, directing, writing, technical design, etc.), have good oral and written communications skills and would like to become one of our volunteer reviewers, send an email describing your experience and interests to chuck at Please include a sample review of something you've seen recently.

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