Peggy Friesen, Merle Moores, Deb Bluford, and Jeannine Hutchings in “Morning’s at Seven”
The Gibbs sisters are ready. Performances of “Morning’s at Seven,” by Paul Osborn, begin tonight and tickets are selling fast! We’re already selling out shows in the second weekend and the Opening Night this Saturday is almost full.
Get your tickets to this warm, award-winning and star-studded comedy with “charm to burn” (NY Times) now before they’re gone! Use the button below or call the Central Ticket Office at 816-235-6222 to get tickets. Show information can be also be found here.
See “Morning’s at Seven” Actors Victor Raider-Wexler and Krista Eyler on Kansas City Live on Thursday
On Thursday, May 23rd, two of our many stars from “Morning’s at Seven,” Victor Raider-Wexler and Krista Eyler, will appear live on Kansas City Live (KSHB) to talk about the show. Tune in on TV or online from 10 am to 11 am to check it out!
Victor Raider-Wexler and Krista Eyler Rehearsing “Morning’s at Seven”
“Mr. Osborn’s writing is a discrete miracle.” – The NY Times
In Paul Osborn’s award-winning comedy, “Morning’s at Seven,” the four Gibbs sisters have reached their Golden Years, and life should be easy. But it’s never so when your neighbors are relatives, and with one perpetually-engaged son and a husband who may be having a late-life crisis, the rumors fly thick in a play that looks at some of the unique complications of aging with a light and respectful touch. This multiple-award winning comedy with “charm to burn” (NY Times) is a charming portrait of life in a small Midwestern town in 1938. Featuring Mark Robbins, Merle Moores, Peggy Friesen, Gary Neal Johnson, Deb Bluford, Victor Raider-Wexler, Krista Eyler, Jeannine Hutchings, and Greg Butell under the direction of The New Theatre’s Dennis D. Hennessy.