Gaslight Square: The Legend Lives On

Documentary on the rise – and fall – of the Gaslight Square entertainment district in St. Louis. From the late 50’s through the mid-60’s, Gaslight Square brought performers like Lenny Bruce, the Smother Brothers, Phyllis Diller, Woody Allen, Professor Irwin Corey and Dick Gregory to St Louis, along with numerous saloons, caberets and music venues.

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Gaslight Square: The Legend Lives On

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Gaslight Square: The Legend Lives On

For a decade, from the mid-50's, Gaslight Square was the hippest neighborhood west of New York. Comedy, music, cabaretl offered cutting-edge entertainment.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am