Category: Reviews

‘Baybra’s Tulips’ revisit past family grievances

The Arts awaken after a long, Rip Van Winkle style sleep caused by the pandemic. A strong start to the re-awakening comes from Lewis Morrow’s newest life/relationship...

‘Company’ jolts Barn Players into refreshing post COVID wake-up

After a long hiatus, Kansas City theatre resurrects with a number of production companies awakening from a long sleep to find their public willing to don masks and...

Shakespeare comedy takes new direction

Posted by Bob Evans    SEASON 13 BEGINS! THE BOMB-ITTY OF ERRORS By Jordan Allen-Dutton, Jason Catalano, Gregory J. Qaiyum, Jeffrey Qaiyum, Erik Weiner...

KC Moliere celebration begins

Posted by Bob Evans Fall 2021 Newsletter Vol. IV, No. 3 Mobile Molière by Rebecca Smith Molière and his troupe were a traveling bunch. Following nobly in their path...

Great editing and fresh ideas characterize ‘DramaUrge’

“DramaUrge” definitely competes in the 2021 Kansas City Fringe Festival with its artistic expression and absurd storyline. With a title like “DramaUrge,” viewers...

‘BASCULE’ nurtures aerial excellence

Grace, style, precision, and strength characterize the beautiful “BASCULE: Balancing Art and Passion,” the 2021 Kansas City Fringe Festival entry from local aerial...

Italian entry examines isolation in ‘Safe’

  During 2020, the COVID pandemic forced many to remain isolated and alone, with a fear of the virus, the care necessary to fight the virus, and precautions that...

No script creates funny Performance Art

When words fail me, this reviewer wrestles for any words to describe a humorous entry in the 2021 Fringe Festival that has no script, no words, and allows a comic...

‘My Dear Debbie’ uses comedy for strong message

Go back to the 1950’s television when Loretta Young twirled into her room to greet viewers with her striking gowns. Remember when Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher...

Writer’s memories cloud pain, reality

When pen goes to paper, sometimes the truth changes at the hands of the author in efforts to make a story more attractive, more engaging, and sometimes to cover for...

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