Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
The acclaimed company performs operas in English, this season "La bohème," "Macbeth," "Ariadne on Naxos" and "Shalimar the Clown."
1 SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL SAINT LOUIS > JUNE 126 Free performances by the professional company in Forest Park have become a beloved spring tradition. Upcoming: A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Shakespeare Glen, just east of the Saint Louis Art Museum. Performances W-M at 8 pm. Green show (the kids love it), including a 20-minute introductory version of the play, begins at 6:30 pm. Arrive early for a good seat; bring your own blanket/seating; rental chairs available. Concessions available for purchase. www.sfstl.com, Map 4-2D. 2 CIRCUS FLORA > JUNE 2JULY 3 St. Louis’ beloved one-ring, European-styled circus presents “Pastime,” a story about a struggling baseball team wrapped in a thrill- a-minute cavalcade of high-flying daredevils, animal acts and hilarious clowns. Showtimes Tu-Th 7 pm, F-Sa 1 & 7pm, Su 1 & 5:30 pm. $10$48. Special one-hour show W 10am, $10-$20. Under the red-and-white big top in Grand Center adjacent to Powell Hall at Grand Blvd. and Samuel Shepard Dr. www.circusflora.org.
314.534.1111. Map 4-2G. 3 LAFAYETTE SQUARE HOUSE & GARDEN TOUR > JUNE 45 Lafayette Square hosts the city’s premier house and garden tour, featuring self-guided tours of restored Victorian mansions and gardens, antique fair, art exhibit, free carriage rides, Sa evening concert, vintage baseball games, wine tasting and more, 10 am-5 pm. Lafayette Square ranks among the top historic residential districts in the U.S. Tickets $25 ($18 in advance), available at the Park House, 2023 Lafayette Ave. www.lafayettesquare.org. 314.772.5724. Map 4- 4H.
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