Shakespeare Festival St Louis - In the News

Recent Coverage

02.20.18 Interview with Interim Producing Director Jennifer Wintzer, Part 1
02.20.18 Interview with Interim Producing Director Jennifer Wintzer, Part 2
02.12.18 Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Announces Cast For ROMEO & JULIET
02.12.18 Shakespeare Festival adds new program for fall
11.15.17 Shakespeare Festival St. Louis becomes a ‘true festival’ with 2 shows at one time
11.15.17 Elena Araoz to Direct Shakespeare Festival St. Louis’ production of ROMEO AND JULIET Next Season
10.12.17 Shakespeare in the Streets could be revived next year
09.16.17 St. Louis American: Lamar Harris Creates Music for Shakespeare in the Streets Reimagination
09.4.17 Two On the Aisle: Shakespeare in the Streets Preview (interview begins at 15:31)
08.22.17 Joneal Joplin to Lead Shakespeare in the Streets’ BLOW, WINDS; Cast Announced
08.20.17 Interview with Lamar Harris and Tom Martin
07.27.17 Shakespeare Festival St. Louis announces interim director
07.13.17 Shakespeare in the Streets tells a tale of ‘One City’
07.06.17 Two on the Aisle: ‘Interview with Bruce Longworth
06.22.17 Shakespeare’s tragedy/comedy hybrid ‘The Winter Tale’ closes June 25
06.20.17 ARTS CAPSULE: A problem Play is No Problem for the Shakespeare Festival
06.20.17 ‘Review: Shakespeare Festival St. Louis’ The Winter’s Tale’
06.20.17 The Winter’s Tale
06.08.17 Two on the Aisle: ‘Review of “The Winter’s Tale” at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis”
06.11.17 ‘Shakespeare in the Park: The Winter’s Tale”
06.07.17 ‘SFSTL Brings an Intriguing, Enchanting “Tale” to Forest Park”
06.09.17 ‘The Winter’s Tale’ proves a happy ending often takes a twisted path to its destination”
05.18.17 Musicians Prepare For Shakespeare Festival’s “The Winter’s Tale”
05.18.17 Shakespearean actor Charles Pasternak is back at Forest Park
05.17.17 Theater conference to meet here
05.12.17 Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra Is One of This Year’s STL 77
04.18.17 38 Shakespeare-inspired dishes at 38 local restaurants kicks off tomorrow
04.17.17 Unlikely stages spotlight 38 different takes on Shakespeare throughout St. Louis this week
04.17.17 SHAKE 38 Shakespeare Festival
04.05.17 38 St. Louis Restaurants to Add New Twist to SHAKE 38
03.06.17 SHAKE 38 Restaurants to Feature Dishes Inspired by Shakespeare’s Plays
02.21.17 Shakespeare Festival’s Latest Production for Kids Opens up a Dialogue About Divorce
02.15.17 Alive Magazine: Playwright Nancy Bell uses Shakespeare to help children broach the topic of divorce
02.8.17 Alive Magazine: Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Announces Cast for The Winter’s Tale
02.7.17 STL TV: Interview with Nancy Bell: Shakespeare Festival Education Tour Part 2 of 2
02.7.17 STL TV: Interview with Nancy Bell: Shakespeare Festival Education Tour Part 1 of 2
02.6.17 Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Engages Students with Newly Commissioned Play
12.24.16 The Judy Awards: Our critic applauds best of St. Louis theatre
12.06.16 The 2017 Shakespeare in the Streets Prodution Will Be Performed in Downtown St. Louis
12.06.16 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Shakespeare in the Streets takes a new approach for a show downtown
11.18.16 St. Louis Post Dispatch: Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Wins Statewide Recognition
08.22.16 A Mash-up of the Bard’s Plays will Highlight SITS
08.22.16 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Shakespeare in the Streets brings ‘ghosts’ to Maplewood
08.18.16 St. Louis Magazine: Nancy Bell is using Shakespeare to Tell the Stories of our City’s Neighborhoods
08.7.16 St. Louis Public Radio: Shakespeare comes to the Pulitzer with a tale of love’s deconstruction
08.13.16 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “New” Shakespeare play makes an emotional journey through the Pulitzer
08.4.16 Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Announces Creative Team for Pulitzer Collaboration

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