The Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts
130 Edgar Road (on the campus of Webster University), Webster Groves, Missouri
The Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts, built in 1966 on the campus of Webster University, was the first facility in the United States designed specifically to house both a professional acting company and an undergraduate theatre arts department.
Today, the Loretto-Hilton Center is home to two professional performing arts companies — The Rep and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis — and to Webster University’s Conservatory of Theatre & Dance.
The Rep performs on two remarkably adaptable and intimate stages:
Virginia Jackson Browning Theatre
A 763-seat auditorium, featuring a three-quarter thrust stage and flexible bay seating that permits the seating capacity of the theatre to grow by nearly 200 seats to accommodate particularly popular performances. No seat in the auditorium is more than 20 rows from the stage.
The Berges Theatre at COCA
6880 Washington Ave.
The Repertory Theatre’s newest home is a state-of-the-art, 454-seat house with two tiers of seating. Opening in spring 2020, this modern marvel features the latest in stage technology and will bring Rep patrons an entirely new show-going experience. In addition, the Berges Theatre features a free parking garage directly across the street and easy access to the Delmar Loop.
Kirkwood Performing Arts Center
210 E Monroe Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122
Located in the heart of bustling downtown Kirkwood, The Kirkwood Performing Arts Center is a state-of-the-art theatre with the capacity to support any theatrical experience. This modern marvel features the Mary Strauss Blackbox Theatre, which will provide patrons with an intimate and up-close studio experience. The KPAC features a free parking lot behind the theatre with additional free parking available on adjacent streets.