Local Entertainment and Events April 2-16

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

April 2-9

TOP PICKS

Consider a virtual tour of a major national zoo, offering live views of real animals. Virtual tours with multiple webcam viewings are available at several zoos, including the San Diego Zoo, the Dallas Zoo, the Georgia Aquarium, the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, the Shedd Aquarium and the Oregon Zoo.

The St. Louis Storytelling Festival runs through May 1 on a virtual format, with weekly and semi-weekly online storytelling events, available on Zoom through muextension.zoom.us/519027333, on Facebook at STLStorytellingFestival, or by phone for audio listening at 312-626-6799.

APRIL 2-9

CONCERTS

SPRINGFIELD: All Missouri State University events are canceled for the rest of the semester in May.

The Alan Jackson concert at the JQ Hammons Arena has been moved to June 26.

The Springfield Symphony’s next concert is April 18.

All Drury University events are cancelled for the rest of the semester in May.

EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark.: The Auditorium has canceled events until April 26.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.: The Walton Arts Center has cancelled all shows until May 14.

George’s Majestic Lounge, 519 W. Dickson, has canceled all shows till May 1.

FORT SMITH, Ark.: TempleLive, 200 N. 11th St., has canceled all shows until Aug. 22.

The ArcBest Performing Arts Center has canceled all events until May 1.

POCOLA, Okla.: Choctaw Casino is closed with no concerts scheduled.

WYANDOTTE, Okla.: The Indigo Sky Casino has canceled all shows until May 1.

Club 60 West in the River Bend Casino is temporarily closed.

JOPLIN: The Downstream Casino, west of Joplin, has canceled all events prior to the Oak Ridge Boys concert on May 2.

TULSA, Okla.: At the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa, Easton Corbin’s concert has been reset for July 9. Clint Black will now perform on Aug. 19.

At the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 S. Second St., all performances are postponed until April 15.

The next show at the BOK Center is on May 13.

Cain’s Ballroom has cancelled all shows until April 17.

The Tulsa Theater, formerly the Brady Theater, has cancelled all events through April 10.

BARTLESVILLE, Okla.: The next concert at the Bartlesville Community Center in June 14.

PITTSBURG, Kan.: Events at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts are canceled until at least June.

The Kansas Crossing Casino has cancelled all shows until April 17. Steven Adler’s concert has been reset for Nov. 21.

KANSAS CITY: The Starlight Theater in Swope Park is closed until further notice.

Reggae star Ozuna is slated to play at the Sprint Center on April 12.

The Kauffman Center has postponed all shows through May 10.

The Midland Theater has postponed all shows until May 29.

The Folly Theater has postponed or cancelled all shows until June 13.

The Uptown Theater has cancelled all shows until June 3.

The Lied Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence has canceled all events through May 15.

COLUMBIA: The Cab Calloway Orchestra is slated to play at 7 p.m. on April 7 at the Missouri Theater, 203 S. Ninth.

ST. LOUIS: The St. Louis Symphony has cancelled all concerts until its April 17 concert.

The Enterprise Center has cancelled all shows until May 14.

The Sheldon Concert Hall has cancelled or postponed all shows until May 11.

The Chaifetz Arena is closed and working to reschedule all events slated through April 30.

At the Pageant, 6161 Delmar, still scheduled to play is the Disco Biscuits on April 8.

THEATER

SPRINGFIELD: All Missouri State University events are canceled for the rest of the semester in May.

Springfield Little Theater has no shows scheduled until May 8.

Springfield Contemporary Theater has no shows currently scheduled.

ROGERS, Ark.: The Arkansas Public Theater has delayed its performance of Steve Martin’s “Meteor Shower” until June 5.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.: Theatre Squared has cancelled all shows until June 3. “Ann” has been moved to start Aug. 19. The Arkansas New Play Festival will return to the summer.

CARTHAGE: Stone’s Throw dinner theater has canceled its May show.

JOPLIN: Stained Glass Theater has postponed its production of Jane Austin’s “Persuasion.”

TULSA, Okla.: The “Remembering Hee-Haw” show at the Hard Rock Casino has been reset for June 28.

PITTSBURG, Kan.: The Pittsburg Community Theater production of the musical “Xanadu,” slated for this weekend, has been postponed with no announced date.

KANSAS CITY: The KC Repertory Theater has canceled the rest of its season. “Noises Off” was due to run through April 19.

The Unicorn Theatre is closed until further notice.

KC Repertory Theater has cancelled all shows until further notice.

The Coterie Theater’s next show will be “Disney’s The Little Mermaid” on June 16.

Quality Hill Playhouse has cancelled all shows through May 10.

Musical Theatre Heritage has cancelled its performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Carousel.” The next show is on June 4.

COLUMBIA: The Missouri Contemporary Ballet is slated to play at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

ST. LOUIS: The Fox Theater still holding onto hopes to bring a touring production of “Hamilton” to town for a month, beginning May 5.

“BAPS Live” with Je’Caryous Johnson is the next show slated at the Stifel Theater, 1400 Market, on April 19.

The St. Louis Repertory Theater has canceled the rest of its season through May.

Performances at the Grandel Theater have been cancelled until May 22.

All upcoming events at .Zack have been cancelled.

Events at the Kranzberg Arts Center have been cancelled until May 13.

All shows at the Marcelle have been cancelled until June 4.

Shows at the Edison Theater at Washington University have been cancelled until May. Black Repertory Theater plans to open “Marie and Rosetta” on May 6.

The Westport Plaza Playhouse has cancelled shows until May 7.

Stray Dog Theatre has cancelled all shows until June 4.

SPECIAL EVENTS

SPRINGFIELD: Ozark Empire Fairgrounds has canceled events into May.

Comic Nate Bargatze is still scheduled to perform at the Gillioz Theater on April 17.

Springfield Art Museum has closed at least through April 28.

BENTONVILLE, Ark.: The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will reopen on April 17. Current exhibits include new artists in the “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now” series, through May 24; Hank Willis Thomas’s exhibit of photographs, sculpture and mixed media, through April 20; and Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room. A single work, Devorah Sperber’s “After the Last Supper,” made of 20,736 thread spools, based on the Da Vinci painting, opens April 1 and runs through January 2021.

MIAMI, Okla.: Buffalo Run Casino has canceled all shows prior to comic Whitney Cummings on April 18.

Comic Yakov Smirnoff is the next show slated at the Coleman Theater on May 31.

TULSA, Okla.: Comic Nate Bargatze is scheduled to perform at the Tulsa Theater, 105 W. Reconciliation Dr., on April 17.

TULSA, Okla.: The Gilcrease Museum, 1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Rd., is closed. Current exhibits include NativeAmerican artist Frank Buffalo Hyde’s exhibit of street art techniques transformed into fine art, through May 10; the Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art exhibit through July 26; Mexican Modernism: Revolution and Reckoning, through Aug. 30.

The Philbrook Museum and Gardens are closed until further notice.

Expo Square has cancelled or postponed all events until May 23.

KANSAS CITY: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is closed until further notice.

ST. LOUIS: The St. Louis Art Museum has closed at least through mid-April.

The Missouri History Museum in Forest Park has cancelled all programs until May 12. All locations are closed until May 9.

The St. Louis Zoo is closed until further notice.

The Missouri Botanical Garden is closed until further notice.

The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University is closed until further notice.

April 9-12

CONCERTS

SPRINGFIELD: Missouri State University, Drury University and Evangel University have closed for the semester.

The Springfield Symphony’s next concert is April 18. No status of that concert has been announced.

The Gillioz Theater has postponed all events until May 8.

The Alan Jackson concert at the JQ Hammons Arena has been moved to June 26. The Casting Crowns concert on April 16 has moved to Oct. 22. The JoJo Siwa DREAM tour on April 18 has been postponed.

EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark.: The Auditorium has canceled events until April 26.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.: The Walton Arts Center has cancelled all shows until May 14.

George’s Majestic Lounge, 519 W. Dickson, has canceled all shows till May 1.

FORT SMITH, Ark.: TempleLive, 200 N. 11th St., has canceled all shows until Aug. 22.

The ArcBest Performing Arts Center has canceled all events until May 1.

POCOLA, Okla.: Choctaw Casino is closed with no concerts scheduled.

WYANDOTTE, Okla.: The Indigo Sky Casino has canceled all shows until May 1.

Club 60 West in the River Bend Casino is temporarily closed.

JOPLIN: The Downstream Casino, west of Joplin, has canceled all events prior to the Oak Ridge Boys concert on May 2.

MIAMI, Okla.: The Buffalo Run Casino has canceled all shows prior to the Marshall Tucker Band on May 15.

TULSA, Okla.: At the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa, the next concert is the Beatles tribute band Rain on May 3. Easton Corbin’s concert has been reset for July 9. Clint Black will now perform on Aug. 19. Big Band Voodoo Daddy concert is reset from April 5 to Aug. 2.

At the BOK Center, the next scheduled concert is Niall Horan, with Lewis Capaldi and Fletcher, on May 13.

The next show at Cain’s Ballroom is the Cadillac Three on May 2.

The next show at the Tulsa Theater (formerly Brady Theater) is Brit Floyd’s Pink floyd tribute concert on June 7.

PITTSBURG, Kan.: All events at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts and Pittsburg State University are canceled for the spring semester.

The Kansas Crossing Casino has cancelled all shows until April 17. Steven Adler’s concert has been reset for Nov. 21.

KANSAS CITY: The Starlight Theater in Swope Park is closed until further notice.

The next concert slated at the Sprint Center is Marco Antonio Solis on April 25.

The Kauffman Center has postponed all shows through May 13.

The Midland Theater has postponed all shows until June 4.

The Folly Theater has postponed or cancelled all shows until June 13.

The Uptown Theater has cancelled all shows until May 15.

The Lied Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence has canceled all events through May 15.

ROLLA: At the Lyceum Theater in Rolla, the concert with the Drifters and the Platters has moved from April 25 to May 17.

ST. LOUIS: The Stifel Theater has canceled or rescheduled all shows through May 17.

The St. Louis Symphony has cancelled all concerts until its April 17-18 concert.

The Enterprise Center has cancelled all shows until May 14.

The Sheldon Concert Hall has cancelled or postponed all shows until May 11.

The Chaifetz Arena is closed and working to reschedule all events slated until July 5.

At the Pageant, 6161 Delmar, the next scheduled show in the Old Crow Medicine Show on April 23.

THEATER

SPRINGFIELD: Springfield Little Theater has no shows scheduled until May 8.

Springfield Contemporary Theater has no shows currently scheduled.

OZARK: Stained Glass Theater has canceled its run of “Song of the Prairie,” due to open April 10. Next show starts May 29.

ROGERS, Ark.: The Arkansas Public Theater has delayed its performance of Steve Martin’s “Meteor Shower” until June 5.

TULSA, Okla.: The next show slated at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center is “Matilda: the Musical” on April 25.

BARTLESVILLE, Okla.: The touring production of the musical “Bandstand” has been postponed from April 22 until the summer at the Bartlesville Community Center.

ARROW ROCK: The Lyceum Theater is slated to open its 2020 season with “Disney’s The Little Mermaid” on June 3.

ST. LOUIS: The Fox Theater still holding onto hopes to bring a touring production of “Hamilton” to town for a month, beginning May 5.

The St. Louis Repertory Theater has canceled the rest of its season through May.

Performances at the Grandel Theater have been cancelled until May 22.

All upcoming events at .Zack have been cancelled.

Events at the Kranzberg Arts Center have been cancelled until May 13.

All shows at the Marcelle have been cancelled until June 4.

Shows at the Edison Theater at Washington University have been cancelled until May. Black Repertory Theater plans to open “Marie and Rosetta” on May 11.

The Westport Plaza Playhouse has cancelled shows until May 7.

Stray Dog Theatre has cancelled all shows until June 4.

SPECIAL EVENTS

SPRINGFIELD: The Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield near Republic has its tour road, battlefield, horse trails and other trails open. Entry fees are waived. The Visitor Center is closed.

Ozark Empire Fairgrounds has canceled events into May.

Springfield Art Museum has closed at least through April 28.

The Dickerson Park Zoo and the Springfield History Museum on the Square will remain closed until further notice.

The Springfield Art Museum remains closed through April 28.

EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark.: The “Celebrate Jesus” music event, slated for Friday at Basin Springs Park, plus a parade Saturday afternoon, was canceled by the emergency disaster area declaration by the governor on March 27, covering all gatherings in the state “until further notice.”

BENTONVILLE, Ark.: The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will reopen on April 17. Current exhibits include new artists in the “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now” series, through May 24; Hank Willis Thomas’s exhibit of photographs, sculpture and mixed media, through April 20; and Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room. A single work, Devorah Sperber’s “After the Last Supper,” made of 20,736 thread spools, based on the Da Vinci painting, opens April 1 and runs through January 2021.

ROGERS, Ark.: The Dairy Rifle Museum is closed until further notice. Online orders are still being processed.

JOPLIN: The Spiva Center for the Arts remains closed through April 17.

MIAMI, Okla.: Comic Yakov Smirnoff is the next show slated at the Coleman Theater on May 31.

TULSA, Okla.: Expo Square has cancelled or postponed all events until May 23.

KANSAS CITY: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is closed until further notice.

The National World War 1 Museum and Memorial is closed through April 24.

ST. LOUIS: The St. Louis Art Museum has closed at least through mid-April.

The Missouri History Museum in Forest Park has cancelled all programs until May 12. All locations are closed until May 9.

The St. Louis Zoo is closed until further notice.

The Missouri Botanical Garden is closed until further notice.

The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University is closed until further notice.

ONLINE

BENTONVILLE, Ark.: The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art now has exhibits showing online.

TULSA, Okla.: The Gilcrease Museum of Western Art now has exhibits showing online.

The Philbrook Museum is offering daily live streams from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., also available from the Facebook page.

The Tulsa Zoo has added live feeds from its Facebook page, weekdays at 10 a.m.

ST. LOUIS: The St. Louis Zoo has a live webcam showing the penguin house from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

The St. Louis Storytelling Festival runs through May 1 on a virtual format, with weekly and semi-weekly online storytelling events, available on Zoom through muextension.zoom.us/519027333, on Facebook at STLStorytellingFestival, or by phone for audio listening at 312-626-6799.

NATIONWIDE: Virtual tours with multiple webcam viewings are available at several zoos, including the San Diego Zoo, the Dallas Zoo, the Georgia Aquarium, the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, the Shedd Aquarium and the Oregon Zoo