“St. Nicholas” Star Victor Raider-Wexler Talks ‘Behind the Scenes’ of “St. Nicholas”
Victor Raider-Wexler in rehearsal for “St. Nicholas”
Actor and KCAT Company Member Victor Raider-Wexler has had a long and successful career on screens and stages of all sizes. Check out an interview with Victor with PerformInk Kansas City as he talks about the process of finding the hidden gems of “St. Nicholas,” the importance of the audience, and how much the audience can (and maybe can’t) trust his character.
Walking Between Raindrops:
Inside “St. Nicholas” With Victor Raider-Wexler
Conor McPherson’s “St. Nicholas,” a semi-comic barroom tragedy of theatre, power, obsession, and vampires, is playing at the Buffalo Room in the Westport Flea Market from 3/11 to 3/29.
It’s advised you purchase as soon as possible, as seating at the Buffalo Room (in the Westport Flea Market) is very limited at only 60 seats, and we anticipate sold-out performances.
Full restaurant and bar service from the Westport Flea Market will be offered at The Buffalo Room in the hour before showtime, with bar service during intermission. Make a night of it!
Tickets are going fast, so call the Central Ticket Office at 816-235-6222 or use the button below to get information and order your tickets to “St. Nicholas”!
Conor McPherson’s booze-soaked tale of theatre, obsession, and the supernatural finds audience-favorite Victor Raider-Wexler (“Morning’s at Seven,” “I’m Not Rappaport,” “And Then There Were None,” “The Gin Game”) as a washed-up theatre critic regaling an audience with the tragic, semi-comic, and sometimes ribald story of his fall from grace to the very limits of his sanity and the natural world. Presented at the Buffalo Room in Westport from March 11 – 29, this show will be directed by New Theatre Artistic Director, Dennis Hennessy, and promises be a singularly unique evening.