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6/3 - 6/12: The Telling Project presented by UMSL Theater Department (various dates & times)

Free and open to the public (reservation recommended)

6/3 - 6/12: The Telling Project presented by UMSL Theater Department (various dates & times)

St. Louis veterans and family members share their stories through the Telling Project collaboration, Telling: St. Louis. Local military veterans and their families use theatre to tell their communities about their experiences. The project aims to ease veterans’ transitions, give communities an opportunity to benefit from the skills and experience that veterans bring home, and deepen the understanding and connection between veterans and the communities in which they live.

7/1: Grand Center Theatre Crawl

6pm - 9pm, free

7/1: Grand Center Theatre Crawl

Join St. Louis Public Radio for the finest offerings of the bustling St. Louis theatre scene at the Grand Center Theatre Crawl. Rotate through venues in Grand Center to get free access to 19 local theatre groups in short performances.

Mondays in March - "First Bloom"

6pm - 8pm, $5

Mondays in March -

Join us every Monday in March at 6:00 p.m. for the 5th Annual installment of the Women’s History Month series – “First Bloom”. Hear the incredible voices of St. Louis area women come alive during the first blooms of spring at the elegant Kranzberg Arts Center! These events will feature poets, spoken word artists, vocalists, and musicians.

5/5: Ryan Hurtgen

7pm doors / 7:30pm show, $10

5/5: Ryan Hurtgen

Ryan Hurtgen is a songwriter and composer of the progressive rock band Perfect Beings. The band debuted in 2013 and their albums have since been hailed as modern progressive rock masterpieces. Hurtgen will be giving an intimate performance of his work on solo piano at the Kranzberg Arts Center.

African Dance & Drum Class with Bokulaka

Every 2nd Thursday - 5pm to 7pm

African Dance & Drum Class with Bokulaka

African Musical Arts invites you to come join noted dancer/choreographer/drummer Chief Bokulaka at the Kranzberg Art Center Gallery to move to the vibrant Soukous dances and feel the pulse of drumming styles from his home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo.