Gregory Cantrell

Gregory is an IT professional by day and an aspiring writer by night. He has a completed screenplay he's actively working to get produced and has started writing a new spec script. Gregory is an apprentice reviewer, but is an avid fan of theater, music, movies, dance and all things creative.

Scott Cox’s “And God Did Shake The Pear…” greatly entertains

What do you get when you cross a reading from a local phone book with excerpts from Shakespeare, sprinkled with various real-life prison anecdotes? A hilarious and...

‘La Boheme’ enthralls at Lyric Opera

Lyric Opera Kansas City’s production of Giacomo Puccini’s classic love story “La Boheme” is either: An exquisite and beautiful presentation of a timeless classic...

‘The Weir’ Shines With Ghostly Stories

“The Weir,” Bob Paisley’s adaptation of Conor McPherson’s award-winning play, delivers an authentic, engaging and oftentimes charming evening of entertainment...

Starlight Announces New Look

Posted by Gregory Cantrell Starlight Plans  Brand New Look Alongside 2020 Season Announcement A fantastic line up of Broadway crowd-pleasers, iconic jukebox musicals...

See Ragtime at the Musical Theater Heritage

Posted by Gregory Cantrell   RAGTIME Now playing thru October 27 After an amazing opening weekend, audiences have been raving! Only 12 performances of RAGTIME remain!...

Theater Lawrence Announces Events

Press Release posted by Bob Evans Click HERE For Season Ticket Options! THIS WEEKEND ONLY! Let’s Do The Time Warp Again! Usher in the Halloween season in a...

Heartland Men’s Chorus announces calendar

Posted by Gregory Cantrell Heartland Men’s Chorus Brightens the Holidays Rick Fisher, Executive Director of Heartland Men’s Chorus (HMC), today announced the kick...

Carmina Burana dazzles at the Kaufmann Center

Guest reviewer:  Gregory Cantrell “Carmina Burana”, as performed by the Kansas City Ballet with backing by the Kansas City Symphony Chorus, presents a wonderful...

KCRep offers Pick Passes

Posted by Gregory Cantrell KCRep’s 2019/20 season is off to a roaring start with our acclaimed production ofCat on a Hot Tin Roof.Don’t miss another great experience...

Siberia’s National Dance Comes to Carlsen Center

Posted by Gregory Cantrell Johnson County Community College’s Carlsen Center Presents                                            ...

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