KCPT slates Black History month events/programming
Jan30
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Unicorn presents new comic play to standing ovation
Jan29

Unicorn presents new comic play to standing ovation

Strap on your seat belts and get ready to be entertained by a cast of comic performances, outrageous situations, and laugh a minute antics in a New York restaurant kitchen as they cook, stew, spew, and prepare dinners for the hungry throng awaiting their dinners in The Unicorn Theatre’s new production that opened Jan. 28. Guests entered the Levin Stage to find themselves looking at an elaborate set that resembled a professional...

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New Coterie production adds dimension, depth to Holocaust story
Jan28

New Coterie production adds dimension, depth to Holocaust story

  In a new play produced by The Coterie in Kansas City’ Crown Center, Hana Brady’s suitcase hides her secret story that develops and unfolds as two Japanese students use modern technology to trace Hana’s past, discover the powerful story that her suitcase hides, and make her memory relaxant long after her passing. “Hana’s Suitcase” presents a compelling Holocaust story full of mystery, adventure, loving, and learning in a play...

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Quality Hill wows with tap dancing trio of performers
Jan26

Quality Hill wows with tap dancing trio of performers

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‘Photograph 51′ debuts at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre
Jan24

‘Photograph 51′ debuts at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre

by Bob Evans Never produced before in the Kansas City Metro area, “Photograph 51″ shines light into the 1950s research and ground-breaking discoveries in DNA mapping and understanding with brilliant performances by Amy Attaway and Robert Gibby Brand. Rosalind Franklin, science smart, studies and calculates DNA structure through a series of photographs that help to identify and unravel the mystery of DNA. Photograph 51 is the...

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