See the rest of the Season for just $89. Two ways to upgrade!
If you liked The Lady With All The Answers, you’re going to love our next offering- Gertrude Stein and a Companion. Directed by John Contini (last year’s Austin Sloper in The Heiress and nominated as Outstanding Director, St. Louis Theater Circle Awards in 2016) Gertrude Stein and a Companion is a poignant drama about two of America’s greatest women of literature. Starring Laura Ackermann as Gertrude and Susie Wall as Alice B. Toklas the play chronicles their life together as the reigning queens of avant-garde Paris. Dozens of luminaries passed through their salon including Ernest Hemingway, Graham Greene, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.
Brought to life in an exciting new production featuring the set design of Stephen Schisler and lighting design by Michael York, this production is sure to be remembered as one of the most significant of the year.
And that’s just the beginning! This summer, we present three new productions, beginning with Erin Kelley as Katy Leary in the Bernard Sabath comedy “You Caught Me Dancing” based on the 30-year career of Samuel Clemens’ servant, companion and confidante. That’s followed by a spectacular new musical, Alice in Wonderland, featuring a stellar cast and more than 30 local children in the chorus. Finally, we close the season with a grippingly powerful drama, Best of Enemies. When two enemies come together, can they find common ground for the good of the children?
It costs just $89 to see the rest of the season and you have two options- buy a subscription (one ticket each of the remaining plays in the season) or a 4-ticket Flex-Pass good for any combination of four tickets for any of the remaining plays in the 2016 Season. Either way, that’s a savings of $11 off regular prices. Plus-you’re guaranteed a seat, even if a performance is sold out to the general public.
Call the box office at 573-719-3226 or buy online.
Gertrude Stein and a Companion is presented through a generous contribution from Dr. Michael and Sharon Bukstein.