People tend to check in during these times:
Check in before or after a performence. Even though your phone is silent the glow of the screen is distracting for others.
I'm a fan of the GT boxes.
One of the most renowned concert halls in the United States, Powell Hall is home to the wonderful St. Louis Symphony. A gorgeous performance space with supremely talented conductors and musicians.
Don't touch the walls!!!!
Best seats in the house are the Dress Circle Boxes - the view and the acoustics are EXCELLENT! Worth every penny!
Don't be the first to clap!
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Mention #SMCSTL when you check in!
Don't watch yourself when you leave to go down the stairs because you are why I'm here
Don't wear red shoes!
Get a drink from the bar. They serve top stuff, and it livens up a performance.
Season tickets for the St Louis Speakers Series are well worth it.
Get there early so you can get good parking.
As far as I'm concerned, Powell Hall is the most beautiful building in St. Louis. Just went to hear The Music Of John Williams (Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T) and can hardly wait to go back.
Amazing and beautiful.
The STL Symphony's Youth Orchestra is yet another St. Louis gem. Catcher a performance whenever you can!
You may wait forever to use the restroom.
Beautiful at Christmas!
That cake they serve at the bar is sinfully delicious. Loge or Grand Tier are the hot seats but there really isn't a bad one in the house.
Best seats for sound are Terrace Circle. If you're a big spender, go for Dress Circle Boxes. Believe me, I worked the box office for 3 years!
Come find me behind one of the bars for a free cocktail