Moonstone Theatre Company Announces Date Changes for Jake’s Women

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Moonstone Theatre Company has had to adjust the performance dates of our first production, Jake’s Women by Neil Simon.

Our new performance dates for Jake’s Women are now the following:

November 4th, 6th-7th, 11th-14th, 17th-21st

Performance times for Jake’s Women are now the following:

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm

Sunday at 2:00 pm

Performances for Jake’s Women will remain in the Studio Theatre of the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center.

We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you will join us for this wonderful comedy in November!

-Sharon Hunter

Artistic Director

Moonstone Theatre Company

Moonstone Theatre Company Partners with MindsEye Radio for Audio Description Show Dates

Moonstone Theatre Company Partners with MindsEye Radio to provide Audio Description Performances of Jake's Women!

Moonstone Theatre Company is proud to announce our partnership with MindsEye Radio to offer audio descriptions to ensure attendees who are blind or visually impaired enjoy the show.

Audio description will be offered to our audiences on the following dates for our production of Jake’s Women:

Sunday, November 7 at 2:00 pm

Friday, November 19 at 7:30 pm

We are so excited to continue this partnership and ensure a quality theatrical experience for all of our patrons!

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Moonstone Theatre Company has announced their inaugural season for 2021-2022 in their new home at the beautiful new Kirkwood Performing Arts Center (KPAC, 210 E. Monroe Ave, Kirkwood). This season will shine a light on mental health and the family through the lens of theatre with three insightful shows all performed in the KPAC Blackbox.

“I’m very excited to launch Moonstone Theatre after our season was delayed due to the pandemic which affected theatres globally, explains Sharon Hunter, Moonstone’s Producing Artistic Director. “I chose this season prior to the Covid crisis because I wanted to place a spotlight focusing on mental health and how it affects individuals and their families. It is a universal topic that deserves to be reflected on, in the theatre and spark dialog.”

Their first show of the season…

The Centene Center for the Arts Welcomes Sharon Hunter

The Centene Center for the Arts Welcomes Sharon Hunter

This fall, the Centene Center for the Arts welcomed Sharon Hunter, a St. Louis native and life-long performing artist.

Hunter has worn many hats over the course of her career, but some St. Louisans may recognize her from her time as a radio personality with local stations KEZK, where she was the original host of Pillow Talk, and Y98FM.

She continued to work in radio for some time, but she found herself pulled toward different forms of live performance. Her acting portfolio includes credits like “The Picture of Dorian Gray”, “Falsettos” and the popular CBS political drama “The Good Wife”. She has also found herself playing the roles of director, producer, costume and set designer for various stage productions. Her years of experience in the arts are what inspired her to create her own professional performing arts organization: Moonstone Theatre Company. She will serve as the company’s artistic director and producer.

While her work has taken her across the country…

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