A Call to Conscience (c2c) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) theater collective that uses a multi-media format to dramatize historical themes dealing with the struggles of the oppressed. Using speeches, essays, and adaptations we highlight transformative events that evoked change and the various architects and leaders that helped create them. C2C’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for activism within our
Founded in February of 2019, Ballet 314 is a nonprofit professional ballet company dedicated to celebrating local talent in the St. Louis region. Led by artistic directors Rachel Bodi and Robert Poe and creatively powered by dancers who have chosen St. Louis as their home, Ballet 314 was founded with a heart to serve the community. We aspire to provide encouragement and partnership with local organizations and to be a bridge for the arts in St. Louis.
The Catherine B. Berges Theatre is a state-of-the-art theatre that features two-tier seating, dual-level pre-function space, a spacious stage, great sight lines and acoustics, and a generous technical inventory. Available for theatre and dance performances, film screenings, keynote presentations, conferences, and special events.
Circus Flora is a Theater Company, specializing in one-ring circus production, based on the focused energy of modern and traditional circus arts. Our goal is to create a truly American circus, with a narrative that engages audience members personally and emotionally, and physical feats that are inspirational. The world class company of Circus Flora becomes a family, preserving classical European circus traditions while incorporating innovative techniques and original new artists.
COCA (Center of Creative Arts) brings thought-provoking programming for multigenerational audiences to the St. Louis community with a selection of traditional audience favorites and innovative new work from local, national, and student artists.
CKDC (Consuming Kinetics Dance Company) is a 501(c)3 professional dance company presenting annual concert performances. Their mission is to make dance accessible to all and expose the healing art of movement to their communities. Their vision is to use their unlimited passion for movement to build a diverse and welcoming community rooted in wellness and equity.
One of the oldest classical Indian dance companies in the United States, 2022-2023 marks the organization’s 45th season! They produce one annual performance every autumn, featuring originally-scripted dance-theatre, along with dancing/teaching/giving workshops in schools, corporations, museums, universities, libraries and more.