Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre Premieres This Week!
This week will “see” the premiere episode of Kansas City Actors Theatre on KKFI (90.1) with hosts Cinnamon Schultz, John Rensenhouse, and Walter Coppage! Starting Friday, October 2nd, you can hear new episodes of Kansas City Actors Theatre broadcast on your radio at KKFI 90.1 FM (and streamed online) every Friday at noon. You can also listen online after episodes air with information on our podcast page, website, or KKFI Program page.
This first episode will be a preview of things to come, featuring rehearsal excerpts from future episodes of our original historical drama, “Kansas City: 1924,” alongside classic stories from Suspense, The Bickersons, and Easy Aces. We’ll also be sharing interviews with actor Victor Raider-Wexler, “Kansas City: 1924” writer Forrest Attaway, and director Darren Sextro.
With a series cast that will include Jan Rogge, Brian Paulette, Walter Coppage, Matt Schwader, Shawna Peña-Downing, Victor Raider-Wexler, John Rensenhouse, Cinnamon Schultz, Nedra Dixon, Hillary Clemens, and featuring sound design and production by Jonathan Robertson, this will be listening you won’t want to miss.
Join us for an unforgettable series of four events supporting Kansas City Actors Theatre and Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre from October to January!
Each year we host an annual Brouhaha Gala to raise the funds necessary to continue our mission to bring artist-driven theatre productions to Kansas City audiences and to employ local professional artists. While things have changed this year and we’re not able to host an in-person Brouhaha, we’re excited to announce The Virtual Brouhaha Series!
We will be hosting four online, live, interactive, exclusive, and ONE NIGHT ONLY events from October to January this year.
The first event, a virtual wine tasting featuring four hand-selected wines from Cellar Rat Wine Merchants, is coming up on October 22nd, so don’t delay in ordering your tickets.
Use the button below for more info and to order tickets for one or all of these exciting events now.
Like any of the many non-profit arts organizations that have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, KCAT needs your financial support if you’re able to give it.
What you may not know is that the CARES Act offers new tax benefits! When you donate any amount (up to $300 in total donations), you will be eligible to claim a deduction of equal amount in addition to the standard deduction. For our donors who itemize, the CARES act provides even greater potential benefits. As always, please speak to your tax advisor for details.