Would Big River be too large an undertaking for the 380-seat Stages St. Louis
Problem Set partly in Missouri, Big River is a perfect play for a St. Louis-based theatre. Of course, the musical retelling of Huckleberry Finn is also set in Kentucky, Alabama, and Illinois, on land and in the water, indoors and out, at night and during the day. Would it be too large an undertaking for Stages St. Louis, a professional not-for-profit theatre that, since 1987, has been producing musicals in a 380-seat theatre? At its widest, the stage is 32', with a grid in the middle, a ...
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