Spinning Tree offers Harvey Fierstein hit
Sep21

Spinning Tree offers Harvey Fierstein hit

Spinning Tree Theatre produces Kansas City premiere of Harvey Fierstein’s hit Broadway play CASA VALENTINA Spinning Tree Theatre proudly produces the Kansas City premiere of Harvey Fierstein’s CASA VALENTINA October 27 – November 12. Four-time Tony Award winner Fierstein (Kinky Boots, Newsies, La Cage aux Folles, Torch Song Trilogy) based his 2014 play on actual events. The Catskills, 1962. Nestled in the land of dirty dancing and...

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MTKC offers workshop
Sep21

MTKC offers workshop

College Workshop: Majoring in the Arts The world of college selection, applications and auditions can be very confusing and overwhelming. MTKC is offering a 3-session workshop with special guest speakers covering all aspects of the college audition process for musical theater as well as music, dance, acting and non-performance majors such as stage management/marketing/arts admin, etc.Each session will cover different topics and will...

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Black Rep offers Thrusday specials
Sep21

Black Rep offers Thrusday specials

“A Soldier’s Play” DISCOUNT! for all those artist who could not attend our industry night here is something special for you.Thursday nights are artist nights! $15 purchase the ticket at the door. We run thru Oct. 8th See you tonight at Arts Asylum 7:30pm! “A Soldier’s Play” DISCOUNT! For all those artist who could not attend our industry night here is something special for you.Thursday nights are...

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Absurd musical comedy lampoons former musicals
Sep20

Absurd musical comedy lampoons former musicals

By Bob Evans Take the best parts of the musicals, “Gypsy,” “Mame,” the Bette Davis movie classic All About Eve, and the 1950s cult hit, “The Bad Seed,” stir recklessly, re-craft the main characters, add fun music, and watch a new, fun musical, “Ruthless!” emerge. Olathe Civic Theatre Association just opened the musical parody, “Ruthless!” about an elementary age singing and dancing ingenue willing to kill–yes, kill–literally– for a...

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Documentary inspires riches to rags musical drama
Sep19

Documentary inspires riches to rags musical drama

By Bob Evans Shockingly, the story of the idle rich in The Hamptons serves as a compelling story for a documentary in the mid-1975, and later a Broadway musical, chronicling the lives of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis’ cousins and their fall from elite society to elusive hermits. “Grey Gardens,” a 28-room mansion from the late 19th Century serves as the focal point for a story about a house and the members if the Bouvier family...

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