The Insider: 3.10.21
Big Muddy Dance Company is debuting a new program choreographed by artistic director Brian Enos. Created in collaboration with digital media artist Marc Macaranas and Brooklyn-based musicians Animal Feelings and Fancy Colors, “Blue Roses Falling” will be available to stream March 26 to 28, and a live, open-air performance is scheduled for May. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit thebigmuddydanceco.org.
Thanks to a $21,500 grant from PetSmart Charities, the Humane Society of Missouri is helping pet owners who have been impacted by the pandemic. Over the last nine months, it has distributed more than 123,000 pounds of pet food and kitty litter to the St. Louis community.
Forsyth School has announced Robert Butler Jr. as its new head of school. Butler comes to St. Louis from Grosse Pointe, Michigan, where he served as assistant head of school and head of the middle school at University Liggett School.
March is Women’s History Month, and the Missouri Historical Society is offering a wide range of programs that highlight the experience and achievements of women in St. Louis. From a walking tour of the Central West End to the 6,000-square-foot exhibit “Beyond the Ballot: St. Louis and Suffrage,” there is something for everyone. For more information, visit mohistory.org.