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Artists for a Cause is a national nonprofit organization that helps visual and performing artists to use their talents for community improvement, stimulating culture, while addressing the critical needs of communities. Some programs help artists and charities to get the most out of their collaboration, while most produce results directly, by feeding the poor, healing the sick, or solving other problems through unique artistic solutions. Additionally, A4AC never asks artist professionals in a struggling industry to donate or give away their livelihood. No program is merely about art for arts’ sake – Artists for a Cause is about the arts as a solution.
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Ashleyliane Dance Company is committed to fostering the appreciation of dance as an art form and cultivating the marriage of formal modern, jazz, and contemporary training with urban street dance. ADC moves to develop a progressive dance audience through conducting a plethora of outreach activities, including master classes, workshops, and performances.
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The Big Muddy Dance Company is a St. Louis-based repertory dance company which seeks to build a love of dance by providing fun, experiential, and highly entertaining performances. By engaging both emerging and established choreographers, collaborating across the community through senior outreach, and training future performers through a school and trainee program, Big Muddy Dance Co. constantly strive to invigorate life through dance.
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CKDC offers a wide variety of dance classes to the public for every age and every technical level. It’s never too late or too early to learn how to dance. A 501(c)3 charitable corporation, all classes offered by CKDC’s company of dancers and dance educators are the support structure for their performance company. CKDC values motion as a mutual experience shared among all people. They embrace individuals who seek to live a balanced life through art and more specifically, dance by providing a sanctuary for artists to reveal or rediscover their potential as movers. By offering a flexible curriculum, CKDC strengthens the practice of dance and choreography while creating opportunities to pursue careers in the performing arts.
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Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design is a non-profit art center in St. Louis, Missouri, working to reveal the power of craft through bold programming that uncovers craft’s unique qualities, its evolving role, and its full potential for innovation. Craft (the making of objects in woods, metals, fibers, glass, and clay) is both an ancient tradition and a site for innovation, adapting to new materials and responding to the ever-changing human experience.
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Dance St. Louis is dedicated to the enrichment of the cultural landscape and artistic reputation of St. Louis by presenting great dance companies and educational opportunities that make dance accessible to everyone.
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Harvey Lockhart’s “Heal Center for the Arts”

All info for this is forthcoming.

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Striving to bring excellence in youth arts programming to Saint Louis City youth, Ignite Theatre Company is a one of a kind theater experience which includes camps, classes, private instruction, and full scale professional productions for youth age 5-18. Balancing quality arts programming with community-minded outreach, Ignite aims to not only create great performers but also help to create great people.
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Insight Theatre’s goal is to produce the highest quality of plays and musicals in order to entertain, inspire, and reveal the complexity of the human spirit. They believe the art of theatre is vital to the welfare of today’s society, a society that is searching for truth and longing for hope. With an intent is to produce classical and contemporary plays and musicals that offer an honest and valid view of our world, Insight Theatre is unique in that in addition to producing artistically excellent works, their purpose is to offer students positions as interns in a professional company so that they can learn all aspects of theatre production and benefit from the expertise of professional actors, designers and directors.
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JPEK CreatveWorks is a fine arts company founded by Artistic Director, Joel P. E. King, to support the community through arts, entertainment, and education. JPEK has built a respectable organization that provides greater exposure through creative workshops, original stage plays and producing/promoting independent artists. Through this engagement, JPEK has formed relationships that has evolved and become lasting partnerships among corporate affiliates, celebrities, community leaders and die-hard supporters.
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Karlovsky & Company Dance is a contemporary modern dance company dedicated to exploring and nurturing the art of dance with innovative choreography that illuminates the human experience. The company fosters collaborative relationships among musicians, visual artists, and choreographers reaching local, national, and international audiences through concert and informal performances, and dance education.
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Inspired by the intelligence and emotional wisdom of young people, Metro Theatre Company creates professional theater, fosters inclusive community,and nurtures meaningful learning through the arts.
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New Line was created to involve the people of the St. Louis region in the creation and exploration of provocative, alternative, politically and socially relevant works of musical theatre – daring, muscular, intelligent theatre about politics, race, violence, drugs, sexuality, religion, art, obscenity, the media, and other contemporary issues. And a lot of four-letter words. And every now and then, a little nudity. And lots of rock and roll.
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R-S Theatrics is dedicated to producing St. Louis premieres of thought-provoking works that demand conversation long after the applause has died down.
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Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that erases real and perceived divisions through cultural exploration and arts practice — by stitching together our city. The vision of the Saint Louis Story Stitchers is that all teens in Saint Louis will be engaged in the city’s diverse artistic community. The Story Stitchers document St. Louis through art and word to promote understanding, civic pride, intergenerational relationships, and literacy. Collective members create and sell original videos and publications focused on the stories of the people of St. Louis. A social enterprise based on publishing supports our mission and the collective produces artworks, projects, publications and public forums that make visible the spirit and experiences of the people.
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SpecDrum is a not-for-profit organization offering free, cultural education through drumming as an enrichment to the current pedagogical curriculum. A continual study of world culture through music, SpecDrum educates young people on cultures other than their own, showing them that what they see in the media or hear from older generations, isn’t always fact based and deserves inquiry.
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St. Lou Fringe connects cutting edge performing arts with accessible, affordable performances for audiences. St Lou Fringe supports established and emerging artists by providing a professional setting to showcase their work. St Lou Fringe seeks to promote developing neighborhoods as opportune space for creative and economic growth. St Lou Fringe builds community by connecting brave artists with bold audiences.
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Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis enriches the cultural life of St. Louis by producing an annual theater festival and other artistic and educational events that celebrate the art and influence of Tennessee Williams.
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Tesseract Theatre provides local playwrights the chance to have their work be part of a series of dramatic readings, possibly leading to a full production slot in an upcoming season.
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Theatre Lab is an actor-driven theatre company that allows for shows and projects to be: conceived, produced, performed and directed by the actors, here in STL. -“We are actors. We’re different.”
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TLT Productions, founded in 2009 is a production troupe that specializes in a myriad of entertainment and educational events. When they create, they intend to bring forth a strong message that will stimulate audiences and encourage our communities to be progressive in their thinking. With each project TLT Productions strives to create a new artistic community that focuses & highlights original work, while encouraging creativity & the arts.
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University of Missouri St. Louis’ (UMSL) theatre program is centered on a philosophy of cross-disciplinary instruction and experiences in performance, direction, design, technology, and history. UMSL Theatre students have the opportunity to experience various performance and workshop spaces. Majors in our department progress through a comprehensive curriculum that embraces all the arts and crafts of theatre. The Department produces three to four main stage performances each year, including a full-length musical or opera.
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Upstream Theater is a professional production company dedicated to presenting new works and inventive stagings of classical plays, with a special focus on joint ventures involving artists from other countries. Upstream offers theater that is spiritual and sentient, witty and engaged, multilayered and syncretic. Their goal is to move you, and to move you to think.
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