The Medicine Show! in New York! January 11, 2020

Ken Haller's The Medicine Show

Saturday, January 11, 2020
9:30 PM

Don’t Tell Mama
343 W 46th St. (between 8th & 9th Avenues)
New York City, NY 10036

Ken returns to New York City and the legendary Don’t Tell Mama to present “The Medicine Show!”

“Laughter, the old saying goes, is the best medicine. If so, “The Medicine Show,” the newest diadem in the crown of St. Louis cabaret star Ken Haller, was just what the doctor ordered. Sure, there were serious moments in this cabaret evening… that was all about home, hope, and holding fast to what counts in life. Through it all, Haller delivered the goods with that combination of theatrical smarts and vocal authority that has made him one of our town’s principal cabaret exports.”

– Chuck Lavazzi, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

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Ken’s 30th Annual Ginormous Super-Fun HallerDay Mega-Party!

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Ken’s 30th Annual Ginormous Super-Fun HallerDay Mega-Party!

Sunday, December 8, 2019
6:00-10:00 PM

4146 Flora Place
St. Louis, MO 63110

Join me for THE Party of the Season!

Here’s the deal: The more the merrier! Pass this on! Bring your friends and family!
And please bring a gift for a child AGE 6-11 YEARS OLD.
Your gift will given to a child by Santa at Catholic Urban Programs (CUP) in East St. Louis.

All gifts should be:
* New, not “gently used” (C’mon, does Santa give hand-me-downs?) and not homemade (Your family and friends will appreciate your craft a lot more than a kid who doesn’t know you).
* Wrapped.
* Labeled with a removable post-it note with pertinent info (Ex.: “Doll for 6-8 y.o.,” “Car for 6-10 y.o.”)
* Interactive toys that do not require batteries
* Toys rather than clothes or books (CUP has other programs for those essential needs).

If you don’t have time to shop, please feel free to write a check to “Catholic Urban Programs,” and mail it to me or bring it with you. No cash please!

I look forward to seeing you on Sunday December 8, 2019!

Happy Hallerdays!

Happy Hallerdays Cabaret at The Blue Strawberry

Saturday, December 21, 2019
8:00 PM

The Blue Strawberry
364 N Boyle Ave,
St. Louis, MO 63108

I’ll be returning to the Blue Strawberry to reprise my critically acclaimed show of songs and stories celebrating holidays throughout the year.

“Fun and funny, but also touching and profound. The song choices are varied and sometimes even inspired. A tremendously entertaining evening from one of our best and most prolific cabaret stars. Haller never fails to deliver a combination of theatrical smarts and vocal authority that has made him one of our town’s principal cabaret exports.”

Chuck Lavazzi, KDHX

“Our Song: 500 years of Lgbtqia2+ music” by The Black Tulip Chorale

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Black Tulip Chorale "Our Song" Header Image

Saturday, November 16, 2019
at 8:00 PM

560 Music Center
560 Trinity Avenue,
St. Louis, MO 63130

The Black Tulip Chorale will be joined by Grammy award winner Christine Brewer and members of the Saint Louis Wind Symphony in a performance of music spanning 500 years featuring artists from diverse genders, expressions, identities, orientations, and ethnic communities.

BTC welcomes any community support to help keep performances FREE to the public.

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“When I’m 65”, Encore!

Couldn’t make it to “When I’m 65”on Halloween? Didn’t get your tickets before it sold out??

Great news! It went so well that Ken is DOING IT AGAIN!

“When I’m 65”
Thursday, November 21, 2019
8:00 PM

I hope you’ll join me as I celebrate my 65th birthday with 65 minutes of hilarious and moving stories and songs about coping with and embracing those second 65 years, as we celebrate the joys and foibles of becoming old enough to qualify for Medicare and Social Security! 


We’ll be at The Blue Strawberry, St. Louis’s brand new cabaret showroom and lounge. It’s going to be a greatness way to experience cabaret is St. Louis.

The Blue Strawberry
364 N Boyle Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108


“When I’m 65” A New Cabaret – Halloween 2019

What are you doing on Halloween 2019?

If you’ve noticed I’ve been largely on radio silence… it’s because I have been creating this brand-new cabaret show, and I have been way behind schedule writing the script and selecting the song list… but it’s finally ready!

Please join me as I celebrate by 65th birthday ON my ACTUAL 65th birthday, Thursday, October 31, with WHEN I’M 65, a brand new cabaret!

“When I’m 65”
Thursday, Oct 31
Blue Strawberry, 364 N. Boyle, 63108

We’ll be at The Blue Strawberry, St. Louis’s brand new cabaret showroom and lounge. It’s going to be a greatness way to experience cabaret is St. Louis.

Come by early for drinks and dinner before the show, and get your tickets today! Click Here for Tickets & More Information

I hope you’ll join me for 65 minutes of hilarious and moving stories and songs about coping with and embracing those second 65 years, as we celebrate the joys and foibles of becoming old enough to qualify for Medicare and Social Security! 


The Medicine Show – St. Lou Fringe 2019

Ken Haller's The Medicine Show

I am performing THE MEDICINE SHOW three times as part of the St. Louis Fringe Festival! If you can make it, I would be honored.


The Medicine Show - St. Lou Fringe 2019

Kranzberg Arts Center Studio, Grand & Olive

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 2019 – 6:00 PM
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 2019 – 9:00 PM
SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 2019 – 4:30 PM


THE MEDICINE SHOW is my own journey toward becoming a doctor and realizing that ultimately we are all called to be Healers. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll have a couple of drinks, you’ll be out in an hour. What more could you want?

Advance tickets are available for my show on the St. Lou Fringe Website, and as you can see there’s a time to fit anyone’s circadian sleep cycle!

Tix will also be available at the door if you decide to come at the last minute.
I hope to see you there!

Happy Haller Days! – Gaslight Cabaret Festival

Happy Haller Days!

gaslight cabaretSaturday, November 10   8:00 PM
Sunday, November 18   7:00 PM


Featuring the vocal stylings of Ken Haller and Marty Fox, piano and Music Director.  In his take on the holidays, Ken is surprising, funny personal, moving, great company and just a little exasperating. Just like all our holidays.

Get Your Tickets Now! $30, $35

– The GO! List, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Black Tulip Chorale presents “Kristen & Ken: A Cabaret Soiree”

Thursday, September 13 at 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

The Monocle
4510 Manchester Ave, St. Louis 63110

Kristen & Ken: A Cabaret Soiree: St. Louis musical sensations Kristen Goodman and Ken Haller join forces to create an entertaining backdrop for the Black Tulip Chorale‘s Fund the Future pledge drive. This fundraiser event benefits the Black Tulip Chorale, St. Louis’ first and only LGBTQIA-friendly chorus that welcomes singers of all gender identities & sexual orientations.

Enjoy delicious specialty cocktails named after our special guest performers, a silent auction, and opportunities to sponsor BTC needs. Your gifts make upcoming concerts free to the public and dues affordable to anyone who seeks to join St. Louis’ first and only LGBTQIA-friendly chorus.

Silent Auction begins at 7pm.

Seating is limited and can be purchased in advance online.

Best Doctors 2018: SLUCare Physicians Named To St. Louis Magazine List

by Maggie Rotermund

St. Louis Magazine has released its 2018 Best Doctors issue, revealing the area’s top physicians as selected by other doctors. The list includes physicians representing SLUCare Physician Group across more than 40 different specialties.


Michael Lim, a SLUCare cardiologist, graces the cover of the 2018 Best Doctors issue of St. Louis Magazine. Photo by St. Louis Magazine.

In addition to the SLUCare doctors who made the Best Doctors List, the magazine also featured a number of stories about the research coming out of Saint Louis University School of Medicine.

George Grossberg, M.D., director of geriatric psychiatry at SLU, was interviewed for a story on new therapies for Alzheimer’s patients. The article highlighted SLU’s participation in a multi-center Phase II/III clinical trial which will test the safety and efficacy of an investigational drug’s ability to slow the decline of brain function and possibly delay or prevent Alzheimer’s disease in those at risk for Alzheimer’s disease who do not yet have symptoms of the illness.

A story on how St. Louis is a leading location for cancer research featured Daniela Salvemini, Ph.D., a professor of pharmacology and physiology at SLU, and her team’s success in an animal model in turning off the excruciating pain that often accompanies a colorectal cancer drug. St. Louis Magazine also highlighted Salvemini’s work in finding relief for pain associated with bone cancer.

Terry Moore, M.D., director of the adult and pediatric Rheumatology divisions at SLU, was interviewed about his 30-year career researching arthritis.

Other SLU research highlighted in the Best Doctors issue of St. Louis Magazine included:

  • Findings from Sergey Korolev, Ph.D., associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, and his team that they have determined the structure of a key protein that is involved in the body’s inflammatory response. This finding opens the door to developing new treatments for a wide range of illnesses, from heart disease, diabetes and cancer to neurodegenerative disorders, including Parkinson’s disease.
  • The creation of  an Extended Stay Research Unit housed in Salus Center. The facility will allow SLU to take its vaccine research to the next level, said Daniel Hoft, M.D., Ph.D., director of SLU’s Center for Vaccine Development.
  • The SLU Memory Clinic, led by Max Zubatsky, Ph.D., provides support — including free screenings, counseling, and caregiver support groups— to Alzheimer’s patients and their families.
  • Photos of SLUCare physicians and 2018 Best Doctors Ken Haller, M.D., professor of pediatrics, and Michael Lim, M.D., professor of cardiology, were also included. Lim’s photo was chosen for the cover of the magazine.

The list is based on the annual “Best Doctors in America” database, which considers more than one million peer evaluations to create a directory of approximately 40,000 doctors, from 40 medical specialties and 400 subspecialities.

Founded by Harvard Medical School physicians in 1989, Best Doctors, Inc., helps identify outstanding physicians across a range of medical specialties.

Selected SLU Care Physicians in Pediatrics:

SLUCare Pediatrics, based at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, is dedicated to partnering with patients, their families and the community to meet children’s physical, emotional and developmental needs.

Pediatrics (General)

  • Matt A. Broom, M.D.
  • Ken Haller, M.D.
  • Donna R. Halloran, M.D.
  • M. Susan Heaney, M.D.
  • Gene LaBarge, M.D.
  • Jay E. Noffsinger, M.D.
  • Martin Schmidt, M.D.
  • Aline Tanios, M.D.

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