A Classic Suspense Story Asks, “Love, Honor, or Murder”?
The cast of KCAT’s episodes of “Suspense,” including Cathy Barnett, David Fritts, Marc Liby, Darrington Clark, Joshua Gleason, Austin Taylor Smith, Kathleen Warfel, Bradley Thomas, Joseph Carr, Robert Gibby Brand, Hannah Rose Barfoot, Walter Coppage, Keenan Ramos, Shea Ketchum, Ashlee LaPine, Mark Robbins, Nedra Dixon, Valerie Fagan, Christina Schafer, Shawna Peña-Downing, Logan Black, Darren Kennedy, Chris Roady, Todd Lanker, and Kendra Keller.
This week’s episode of Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre returns to the classic Suspense radio series with a new production of “Love, Honor, or Murder.”
Opportunity knocks when a cabbie’s fare leaves something behind in his taxi, but how far is he willing to go to answer the call?
“Love, Honor, or Murder” features Cathy Barnett, Joshua Gleason, David Fritts, Austin Taylor Smith, Marc Liby, Kathleen Warfel, and Darrington Clark with Host John Rensenhouse. Directed by Gary Heisserer with Sound Supervision by Mary Robinson and Sound Design by Caleb Stoller.
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Kansas City Actors Theatre is holding our first-ever young writers’ script-writing contest, Amplify! This first round of Amplify has focused mainly on BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Person of Color) writers at the high school and college level. We’re looking for 15-minute radio scripts to be produced for Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre, complete with a cash prize for winners and runners-up. High school-level and college-level submissions will be considered in separate categories and submissions are due by February 28th!
So, get writing or help spread the word! More entries means more potential winners!
Supporting KCAT and the CARES Act in 2021
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What you may not know is that the newly-passed government stimulus also extends the tax benefits of the CARES Act into 2021! When you donate any amount (up to $300 in total donations for individuals, and up to $600 for those filing jointly), you will be eligible to claim a deduction of an equal amount in addition to the standard deduction. For our donors who itemize, there are even greater potential benefits. As always, please speak to your tax advisor for details.