Category: Reviews

Quality Hill wows with tap dancing trio of performers

by Bob Evans For a surprising change of pace, Quality Hill Playhouse strayed (but not too far) from its roots of presenting music from The Great American Song Book by...

‘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...

Chestnut welcomes Sanders family for in-church revival meeting

by Bob Evans Sit yourself down and listen up, “Smoke of the Mountain” brings a healthy dose of American Gospel music, talented singers (but no dancers), fun...

‘My Old Lady’ allows pain, suffering, culture clash to rotate through characters

by Bob Evans Count on Kansas City Actors Theatre to find and mount rich, textured productions with characters, action, dialogue, and entertainment worthy of the best...

Q & A…In step with…..DEE WALLACE

by Bob Evans This is the first of a series of features about local KC Metro talent that has moved on to other cities and more opportunities.  The article is interactive...

Weather fright adds additional talk-backs for ‘My Old Lady’

“My Old Lady” had a great opening weekend! Due to the encroachment of Mother Nature on Sunday, we’ve decided to add another “talkback”...

Rude Review and Burly Q announces show dates

Hello Burly Fans! Thanks to your constant support, the Rude Revue and Burly Q has secured show dates with the BatCave at Rhythm and Booze for 2017. Come celebrate a new...

Relatively new theatre company mounts ‘Heidi Chronicles’ production

Starting off their 2017 season, Home Grown Theatre Company launched its newest production, “The Heidi Chronicles” at The Aquarium Theatre (upstairs from The Fishtank...

Holiday classic movie creates excitement as live radio play at MET

Team KC actors Jordan Fox with Alan Tilson, and then turn Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre director Karen Paisley on the script; and, pull out your hanky as “It’s a...

Kindergarten applications almost overwhelm unsuspecting employee

Be ready to be astounded by a one-woman 75-minute one-act play where local actress Jennifer Mays plays 40 (yes, 40) different characters in rapid=fire switches from one...

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