Reminder: The COCA Building will be closed this Sunday, April 21.

Key Leadership Addition Comes as COCA Completes Major Expansion, Plans New State-of-the-Art Theatre Opening in 2020 COCA-Center of Creative Arts announces that Jennifer Wintzer will join its leadership team as Artistic Director of Theatre. In this position, Wintzer will provide artistic and educational direction of theatre and voice programming as well as guide partnerships and… Read More

March 9-10, COCA will welcome U.K theatre group, Tall Stories to St. Louis for a production of Emily Brown & The Thing. Based on the book from Cressida Cowell (also author of How to Train Your Dragon) and Neal Layton, get to know the author below, and don’t forget to purchase tickets! Are there any children’s books that made a… Read More

COCA Executive Director Kelly Pollock was recently elected by her peers from around the country to serve as an advisory council member to the Arts Education Network at Americans for the Arts (AFTA). Congratulations, Kelly, on this national recognition! Release from Americans for The Arts: Americans for the Arts today announced new and re-elected advisory… Read More