St. Louis Limelight is so proud of the community that we have the pleasure and privilege to be a part of and we strive to be a publication that the community can be proud of. In recent months, there have been a few articles previously published with content that offended and/or angered many of our valued readers. We sincerely apologize if this includes you.

Up to this point, we have been learning as we go and have at times come off as quite amateur, but that is not our goal. Our goal is to be the most respected publication available to the theatre community. We are excited to announce that we have hired a professionally trained editor to take the reigns going forward. While we are not ready to announce who this editor is yet, we will be working closely together to properly train our dedicated writers so they can be the best reviewers available. We appreciate the love and support we have received from the community and look forward to moving forward and making St. Louis Limelight Magazine a valuable resource to the theatre community.

So with all of that said, I ask you to hang in there with us. Don’t give up on us and our mission of support and provide encouragement to everyone in the theatre community. In the new year, we will be relaunching with a new look and a new standard. In the meantime, we will be doing a major Christmas Giveaway through the end of the year. So keep an eye on the website and our social media for many chances to win some amazing prizes.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Jordan Zeitler, Editor-in-Chief


  1. Well,I, for one, haven’t been offended by anything in St Louis Limelight Magazine. I think if anyone has been, it must have been as a result of not agreeing with a review/critic of a production which is a matter of opinion and, yes, there are times when everyone may not agree. As the saying goes, “It goes with the territory”. Such is life in the performing arts.
    I think St Louis Limelight Magazine has been doing an excellent job and look forward to next year’s postings.
    Keep up the good work, Jordan.

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