Missouri History Museum Presents

The Missouri History Museum is proud to bring the best of St. Louis' local theatre companies to the E. Desmond Lee Auditorium. We have a wonderful season for 2013-2014. Please see details below.

Click here for individual tickets to any of our upcoming performances!

Know Before You Go
Limited parking is available adjacent to the Missouri History Museum.  During nice weather, weekends and evening events, our lots are often full.  Over 400 free parking spaces are available directly across from the Visitor's Center and next to the tennis courts (approximately one and a half blocks from the History Museum). On the weekends, it is also legal to park along Lindell Boulevard.  Please allow extra time to park and walk to the Museum, or use the Metrolink to avoid missing the curtain.

Box office opens 1 hour before curtain.  House opens 30 minutes before curtain.

Medal of Honor Rag

December 5 - December 15, 2013
Thurs-Sat - 8:00pm; Sun - 2:00pm
Ticket prices: Adults - $20; Students, seniors & military - $17; MHM members & non-school groups - $15

Two guilty survivors of war, a psychiatrist and an African-American soldier awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service, verbally spar as they discuss the horrors that have traumatized them both.


For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntzoke Shange

January 30 - February 9, 2014
Thurs - 7:00pm; Fri-Sat - 8:00pm; Sun - 2:00pm
To view ticket prices and to purchase tickets, please visit theblackrep.org

Kate Chopin's The Awakening

March 13 - March 23, 2014
Thurs-Sat - 8:00pm; Sun - 2:00pm
Ticket prices: Adults - $30; Students, seniors & military - $25; MHM members & non-school groups - $20

This is a stirring adaptation of Kate Chopin’s landmark novel, The Awakening.




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