KCAT continues radio plays


Posted by Bob Evans

Great actors. Smart plays.
Kansas City: 1924 Returns with “The Levy Breaks,” Tomorrow at Noon on KKFI 90.1 FM
Kansas City: 1924 returns to Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre tomorrow, December 4th, at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM with “The Levy Breaks.” A storm rolls in as George and his family seek unconventional help for their problem, the next shot in the cross-town war of businesses lands, and some of Vincent’s mysterious background is brought to light. Tune in for the continuing story of this historical epic by Forrest Attaway!
Featuring Justin McCoy, Victor Radier-Wexler (who also directs), Vanessa Severo, Matt Schwader, Mark Robbins, Bri Woods, Kyle Dyck, Jen Mays, Brian Paulette, Walter Coppage, Katie Gilchrist, Mike Ott, Ellen Kirk, Chioma Anyanwu, Jan Rogge, Cinnamon Schultz (host), Scott Cordes, Sound Design by Jon Robertson, and Katie Hall.
Tune in to KKFI 90.1 FM (or stream online) on Fridays at noon to hear this and all other new episodes of Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre. You can also catch up and listen to all episodes (including the first, three-episode run of “Kansas City: 1924”) online after broadcast on our podcast pagewebsite, or KKFI Program page.
Support KCAT With a Special, One-Time Holiday “Zoom” Play
Our Virtual Brouhaha continues in December with a live, one-time-only performance of an original, virtual, script-in-hand comedy, “Get Us Out of These Boxes: A Zoom Christmas Carol,” by KCAT artist Darren Sextro.
A fictional regional theatre tries to get something – ANYthing – online for their audience in the Holiday season, only to find themselves trapped, not only by Zoom, but by artistic intentions, relationships, board procedure, and personal histories.
Use the button below to get a ticket now for this fun, very “2020,” behind-the-scenes farce featuring John Rensenhouse, Nedra Dixon, Jan Rogge, Victor Raider-Wexler, Cinnamon Schultz, Hillary Clemens, Matt Schwader, Jerry Mañan, Walter Coppage, Shawna Peña-Downing, and a special guest star on Saturday, December 19.
Supporting KCAT and the CARES Act
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.
Thank you!


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