KC Public Theatre plans World Premiere

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Posted by Bob Evans

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What: Kansas City Public Theatre, Missouri Arts Organization of the Year, announces World Premiere,
The Holy Trinity by Prisca Jebet Kendagor. Three old church camp friends who once shared a common bond in
the faith, and trauma, now share a common bond in their love for each other. The Holy Trinity was developed
through KCPublic’s Playwright Residency Program over the course of a year, culminating in this fully staged
production in partnership with the Charlotte Street Foundation. The Holy Trinity will be the first full length
theatre production to perform in CSF’s brand-new, state of the art Black Box theater.
When:
Friday, March 11 at 7:30pm–Preview
Saturday, March 12 at 7:30pm–OPENING NIGHT
Sunday, March 13 at 2:30pm–Post-Show Discussion
Wednesday, March 16 at 7:30pm
Thursday, March 17 at 7:30pm
Friday, March 18 at 7:30pm
Saturday, March 19 at 7:30pm–pre-show discussion at 7pm
Where:
Stern Theater
Charlotte Street Foundation
3333 Wyoming Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
Tickets:
General Admission is free at the door.
A limited number of seats will be reserved for advance purchase; $20/seat or 4 for $60
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-holy-trinity-tickets-267958058767?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Cast:
Bree Patterson as Tricia (Recent Credits: School Girls—KCRep, Puffs—Coterie Theatre
J. Will Fritz as Jeremy (Recent Credits: The Tempest—Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, Puffs—The
Coterie, How to Use a Knife—Unicorn Theatre
Colin Fewell as Jonathan (Recent Credits: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom—KC Black Rep, The Glass
Menagerie—Astra Theatre Company
Casey Jane as Mary (Recent Credits: Much Ado About Nothing—Rising Tide Productions, Barbeque—KC
Melting Pot Theatre

Mission
Kansas City Public Theatre, a not-for-profit company, provides access to the arts through year-round theatre
entertainment free of charge to the public. This mission is carried out in two activities: first, through producing
aesthetically and ideologically diverse new works and reimagined classics which reflect the unique history and
concerns of the Kansas City community; and second, to cultivate civic-minded artists, audiences, and citizens
through community-based devised theatre workshops.
Contact
website: kcpublictheatre.org
email: ebbowman@kcpublictheatre.org




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