KC Public Theatre posts season


Posted by Bob Evans

For Immediate Release

With the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, it is imperative to remain flexible when making production plans for the coming year. With the health and safety concerns of our artists and audiences in mind, we have reorganized our 2020-21 season. All of our programming for the remainder of 2020 will be moved to digital formats.

However, we are excited for the creative opportunities this provides us! We will be working with KKFI 90.1 FM to present our first ever Spanish language production “El Amor que Mueve al Sol y Las Demás Estrellas” by Karen Lisondra as a RADIO PLAY! “El Amor” will then be staged in the Spring in rotating repertory with “Oedipus the King” by Nathan Bowman. We will wrap things up with the world premiere of “The Holy Trinity” by KCPublic Resident Playwright Prisca Jebet Kendagor and directed by Elizabeth Bettendorf Bowman.

We are also very excited to announce the creative teams for our Theatre Lab season led by KCPublic New Works Dramaturg
Soph Marsh!

As time progresses, plans can always change. We will remain open and flexible. But one thing will not change: our commitment to producing a body of work which reflects the diversity of the Kansas City community and increasing accessibility to such work.

Be Radical,

Kansas City Public Theatre

About KCPublic Theatre
Founded in 2017, Kansas City Public Theatre 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.
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