Shakespeare Festival St. Louis’ main stage production tells the story of a princess who arrives on a diplomatic mission only to be met by a young king who has taken a vow not to see women. Performances are nightly, excluding Mondays.
The band’s 23rd season is themed Around the World in 6 Concerts. Performances are every Tuesday, with the exception of July 3. A special concert July 18 will be held on the grounds of the Ulysses S. Grant House.
Max & Louie Productions presents the St. Louis premiere of Indecent by Putizer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel. The play tells the true story of Sholem Asch’s drama God of Vengeance, a revolutionary love story that was forced off Broadway in 1923 by a fearful, reactionary public.
Gitana Productions presents an original play inspired by the stories of German immigrants who led abolition efforts in Missouri. Performances are June 20, 22 and 23. After each, there will be a question-and-answer session with the actors, historians and playwright Cecilia Nadal.
Head to the Budweiser Brew House this weekend for the annual Crawfish Fest presented by Raising Cane’s. Event packages include all-you-can-eat crawfish, drink specials, live entertainment, VIP experiences and more.
Join Stray Rescue of St. Louis for a one-of-a-kind art show. The nonprofit shared stories of rescued animals with local artists, who transformed them into visual masterpieces. The pieces are available to view and bid on, and all proceeds go to the Stray Rescue. Admission is free, and there will hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment and more.