Join the Shakespeare Festival St. Louis in a celebration of modern playwrights whose works are inspired by some of the Bard’s most famous plays. On stage at The Grandel Theatre, Into the Breeches! tells the story of a group of ladies who band together during WWII to put on a production of Henry V.
Enjoy some of the finer things in life at Wine + Art 2018. The event benefits the Gateway Men’s Chorus, and guests will receive a limited edition wine glass as well as complimentary, wine, hors d’oeuvres and dessert. Works from renowned international artists will be available for purchase through a live auction. Cheers!
Dances of India celebrates its 41st season with The Forgotten Ramayana: The Tale of Urmila, the Sleeping Princess, performed by traditional Indian dancers. Shows are Nov. 16, 17 and 18 at the Skip Viragh Center for the Arts, and are narrated in English. The Nov. 18 show is a special afternoon children’s performance.
Ever wonder how moon rocks form? Or what about whether or not there’s water on the moon? Well, Professor Bradley Jolliff has the info necessary to sate your lunar curiosity. Check out his lecture, Future Exploration of the Moon, to learn more about lunar geology and prospects for further study.
Join Saint Louis University Nov. 17 for its black-tie Third Century Gala at Chaifetz Arena. The event kicks off the school’s capital campaign and includes a cocktail reception, dinner, an evening program and after-party. Proceeds help fund scholarships and student initiatives.
Get a glimpse of yesteryear for one nightly only. Tour includes bus or self-guided options. More information on locations follows: >> Campbell House Museum, 1508 Locust St. >> Chantillon DeMenil Mansion, 3352 Demenil Place >> Field House Museum, 634 S. Broadway >> Old Courthouse, 11 N. 4th St.