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Multidisciplinary arts instituion with various clases, camps and workshops.
As inhabitants of a civilized society, we should -- nay, must -- uphold certain standards of living. For example, let's all make a commitment to re...
From recreational to pre-professional, students can enjoy summer-long classes in dance, visual arts, theatre, voice and fitness with professional a...
Whoever first claimed "might makes right" never heard tell of the mouse in Julia Donaldson's children's book The Gruffalo. Though the mouse's size keeps him low on the forest food chain, his quick wit and cunning scares off predators with... More »
The artists included in Ideas of Order, the new exhibition at the Center of Creative Arts (524 Trinity Avenue, University City; 314-725-6555 or www.cocastl.org), approximate the illusion of order in their work without ever being orderly. Whether... More »
Long before Woody Allen struck a chord with viewers in his time-traveling movie Midnight in Paris, playwright Richard Greenberg took audiences on a similar kind of ride in The Violet Hour, which currently is receiving a merry staging from Max &... More »
Those looking to get something different out of their theater-going experience need to grab a seat for Richard Greenberg's subversively humorous play The Violet Hour, staged by St. Louis' Max and Louie Productions. Set in 1919's New York at the... More »
Paul Rudnick — playwright, screenwriter, essayist — is a man with a mission. He advocates for a tolerant world where acceptance triumphs over fear. His scripts about gay life are infused with the kind of fiery passion that scorches the more... More »
"Think about your future!" the woman demanded, her sense of purpose giving her a powerful presence despite her petite frame. "You students who are here on scholarships -- you are putting that all at risk." The year was 2009, but fourth-grade teacher Sue Ellen Turner was taking her students back to 1960. The place was a public school in St. Louis, but Turner was evoking Fisk University in Nashville, a historically black college integral to the nonviolent resistance of the civil-rights... More »
We at Riverfront Times count ourselves among the lucky ones. Not only do we have your standard vending machines that dispense snacks and sodas, but we also have...a beer vending machine, which spits out cold ones on demand, for free! While this sounds (and is) thrilling, the folks at the Center of Creative Arts have it even better. Since October 20, 2006, COCA has been the home of St. Louis' one and only Art-o-mat. Formerly a cigarette machine, the Art-o-mat has been rigged to cough up... More »
Countless kids have cut their teeth on the arts offerings at COCA. Scores of artists have had their works featured in the organization's Anheuser-Busch Gallery. Every year the dance company performs jazz, tap, ballet and modern dance at corporate and civic events throughout the bi-state area. The Family Theater Series ushered in its fifteenth year and Women CenterStage is in its eighth season. Founded in 1986, the nationally recognized institution receives funding from the Missouri Arts... More »
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