I Now Pronounce, New Jewish Theatre’s production about the craziness of human relationships, takes the stage at The J’s Wool Studio Theater this weekend. The play is written by Tasha Gordon-Solomon and directed by Edward Coffield.
Charlie Brennan, Alvin Reid, Joe Holleman and Wendy Wiese from the Nine Network of Public Media’s “Donnybrook” will be our forum panelists with their opinions about your questions.
Forum begins at noon and is free. If you want to attend an optional buffet lunch at 11:30 a.m., please pay/reserve by credit card at stlpressclub.org or send a check to P.O. Box 410522, 63141. If you are mailing a check or planning to pay at the door or just planning to attend without lunch, RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314-449-8029.
Free parking in MAC garage with validated ticket for those having lunch.
Tortillas aren’t just for Tuesday! Rent a cycle at Mike’s Bikes STL and hit the pavement for the 6th annual Tour de Taco, a celebration of delicious creations at La Bamba, El Burro Loco and Taco Circus. Registration includes an event T-shirt and a taco at each location.
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis’ main stage production tells the story of a princess who arrives on a diplomatic mission only to met by a young king who has taken a vow not to see women. Performances are nightly, excluding Mondays.
Celebrate Korean culture and the traditional end of the spring sowing season with the Gateway Korea Foundation. On Friday, special guest Hyonjeong Kim Han of the San Francisco Asian Art Museum will present a lecture on contemporary Korean art, and Saturday’s activities include a panel discussion and buffet dinner.