The national tour of the Broadway show “Les Miserables,” with stunning direction by Laurence Connor, will be playing at St. Louis’ Fabulous Fox Theatre Dec. 11-16.
ill Burr is out of touch, and he knows it. The stand-up comedian and co-creator of the semi-autobiographical television show, “F Is for Family,” (which premiered on Netflix in December 2015) uses his work to explore and highlight the cultural differences between generations and the friction that arises between them.
They say it’s your birthday… you’re gonna have a good time. But celebrating in style doesn’t always seem easy in St. Louis.
City Diner at the Fox is the most convenient and coveted place to eat before or after seeing a musical at the Fabulous Fox Theatre. You can come in, sit down and enjoy your experience out for a cheap price.
The set was green and mossy, the audience was a sea of Shrek-ears, and for three exhausting hours this past Sunday…, “Shrek the Musical” tried its hardest to ruin our childhoods.
Let’s be honest, St. Louis is not exactly known for its theatrical offerings. We don’t have dozens and dozens of theaters like Broadway or London’s West End, but we do have the Fox Theatre on 527 N. Grand Blvd. This year’s shows include “Mamma Mia,” “Grease,” “In the Heights” and “Avenue Q,” among many other plays and concerts.
The Oct. 13 Death Cab for Cutie concert at the Fox Theatre felt like an evening with an altogether different band. In contrast with mellow performances of the past, the show was characterized by movement, energy and excitement, a result of the new sound of their latest release, “Narrow Stairs.”