Behind the Scenes
In addition to the work we do on stage, The Rep brings you many opportunities to learn about what goes on behind the scenes at the theatre. Find out who builds the sets and costumes, where actors prepare for a performance, and even how you can incorporate theatre into your life by checking out one of these special programs.
Groups may tour The Rep’s performance spaces free of charge. A tour guide leads groups behind the scenes to explore the many components of live performance, see how the magic is created and discover the range of careers in the performing arts. Tours include the Browning Mainstage, Emerson Studio, scenic construction shop, paint space, costume and props shops, dressing rooms, greenrooms, and more. For more information or to book a tour, contact Suki Peters at 314-968-7344 or [email protected].
Making a Scene: A St. Louis Theatre Expo
Celebrating theatre in St. Louis, this community-wide theatre event features discussions, demonstrations, tours, a children’s activity area and much more — all focused on encouraging community members of all ages to engage in the opportunities available in the area. This year’s Expo is on Saturday, September 16, 2017. Learn more here.
The Rep offers many diverse presentations to schools and community groups throughout the year.
Costume Parade shows are 45-minute fundraising presentations by The Rep’s Volunteer Board. Volunteers model a selection of custom-made Rep costumes while an emcee describes each creation. Contact Helen Sandifer at (636) 386-6655.
Page to Stage
Page to Stage presentations are for adult groups that would like to learn more about the production process, technical aspects, and content of The Rep season. Free of charge. Contact Suki Peters at 314-968-7344 or [email protected].