Two renowned dancers are coming to St. Louis. Antonio and Kirven Douthit-Boyd are retiring as principal dancers from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to become co-artistic directors of dance at COCA.
New York's Times Square, which sees more than 360,000 pedestrians every day, is the most visited place in the world. With the proper mindset, a well thought-out plan and a hotel reservation, this crazy destination should be on everyone’s bucket list.
Before the annual stroll around The Galleria in search of holiday gifts both selective and silly, it’s time to contemplate what occurred on local stages in the past 12 months.
Local artist Theresa Disney recently opened The Funhouse Gallery, which will display her work. The first exhibit, The Art of the Circus, features Disney’s circus-themed work, including painted furniture, paintings and 3-D sculptures. Guests at the recent grand opening enjoyed circus-themed drinks and food, as well as a performance by Clownvis Presley.
Gateway to Hope, which provides uninsured and underinsured breast cancer patients and those at high risk of having breast cancer with comprehensive care at no cost, has announced MARY LEE SALZER as its executive director.
COCA presents at the National Council on the Arts
Nieman Marcus event benefitting COCA
Carol Staenberg, Beth Brightfield, Barbara and Steve Archer
Courtney Hemmer, Margarita Flores
Pamela Dern, Ken Page
Dave and Trish Muyco-Tobin
David Carl Wilson, Carrie Houk
Amanda Boyce, Amit Jaidka
Taka Yanasimoto, Dr. Kate Appleton
Hazel Donald, Virginia Haigler
Laura Spraggins, Chanel Wing, Cheryl Wing, Sara Wing
Diane Katzman, Sean and Laurie Lock
Pam Mandelker, Phyllis and Kevin Anderson, Laine Anderson, Kelly Pollock
Betty Kagan, Martin Wice, Cynthia Frohlichstein