* All shows subject to availability.39th season to feature new ‘Edison Series’ at Washington University
Lynn Ahrens’ “Once On This Island” closes out the Black Rep’s mainstage offerings and audiences will feel they are experience a Caribbean remix of an age-old African fable set to music for the last hoorah for Season 38.
The production relies on a couple of faithful...Read more
Legendary St. Louis attorney and civil rights icon Frankie Muse Freeman is fulfilling a dream by lending her name to a fundraising initiative for the long-term survival of another local icon, The Black Rep.
The play begins and almost immediately it is clear why Lorraine Hansberry’s "A Raisin in the Sun" has been highly successful and celebrated for over 50 years.
The Black Rep stages a powerful, timely Raisin in the Sun.
“A Raisin in the Sun” is one of the landmarks of the American stage. The 1959 drama by Lorraine Hansberry is as compelling as ever in the Black Rep’s gripping production, which opened Friday.