With three theaters located throughout the metro area, St. Louis Community College provides many opportunities for you to be a part of the magic onstage, backstage, or in the audience.
Join us for a free show!
The tradition of theater runs deep at STLCC. For over 50 years, STLCC has staged everything from children’s theater to experimental productions. In the half-century, countless students have graced our stage, including John Goodman, who appeared in several Meramec productions.
There’s always something happening on our stages. In addition to our college productions, our theaters have also played host to community events and special guest, including the Second City touring company, Kinobe and Soul Beat Africa and Trio Gobo.
If you’d like to enjoy nationally recognized theater, then we’ve got a deal for you. Attend any STLCC production, on any campus, at no cost. That’s right, our shows are absolutely free.
We just ask you:
- Refrain from taking any photos or digital recordings of the show
- Leave all food and drink outside of the theater
- Arrive early to find your seats, as they are first-come, first-serve
- Silence all phones and put away all electronic devices
- No children under 10 years old, unless it’s a specifically marked children’s theater
St. Louis Community College makes every reasonable effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Space is available for persons using wheelchairs. Assisted listening devices can be obtained at the Box Office, and an interpreted performance is scheduled for each production. Individuals with speech or hearing impairments may call via Relay Missouri by dialing 711.
For more information, please contact a box office at:
Florissant Valley -
Forest Park -
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Are you interested in being in the spotlight? Or bringing a production to life through set and light design? We offer many different opportunities for you to get involved with theater on all our campuses. From onstage to backstage you will leave STLCC with the skills necessary to continue working in the theater arts.