H.W. BRANDS - DREAMS OF EL DORADO: A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN WEST
In Dreams of El Dorado, H. W. Brands tells the thrilling, panoramic story of the settling of the American West. He takes us from John Jacob Astor's fur trading outpost in Oregon to the Texas Revolution, from the California gold rush to the Oklahoma land rush. He shows how the migrants' dreams drove them to feats of courage and perseverance that put their stay-at-home cousins to shame-and how those same dreams also drove them to outrageous acts of violence against indigenous peoples and one another.
November 5, 2019 - 7:00 PM
TICKET PRICE SERVICE CHARGE TOTAL PER TICKET $36.00 - One admission + One book $6.50 + $1 facility fee $43.50 $41.00 - Two admissions + One book
($20.50 per ticket)
Includes $5 credit towards the purchase of a second book
$4.00 + $1 facility fee $25.50
Most seating is general admission (open seating).
Box (Booth) seating is also available. Full Boxes must be purchased at the same ticket type with the pricing noted above.
Orchestra Boxes seat 4. Balcony Boxes seat 6.
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3610 Grandel Square , St. Louis, Missouri 63108
The Grandel Theatre is a 600-capacity, world-class performing arts venue operated by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. Concerts, plays, musicals, dance performances, comedy shows, and much more find a home on The Grandel’s stage, activated by KAF resident organizations, independent producers, and local, national & internationally touring artists. Please visit www.thegrandel.com for a full event listing and more information.
The Grandel is a fully handicap accessible and ADA compliant venue. Handicap reserved parking and entrance (via ramp) are located on the direct west side of the building. Entrance to the parking lot is accessible from the alleyway on the south side of the building, off of N. Grand Blvd. or N. Spring Ave. Handicap preferred seating is available in the theatre and at The Dark Room upon reservation / request. All three public floors of The Grandel are handicap accessible via elevator.