KCAT season tickets on sale


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Season 16 Prices Set to Increase After 3/11
There’s only one week left to get the best prices you’ll find for your Season 16 subscription.
We’ve got an exciting season in store next year, with a mixture of classic and wild, and even a production complete with a choir at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church! Early bird subscriptions will only be available until March 11th, so you have to act now by using the buttons below or calling 816-235-6222 if you want to get the best prices on your subscription.
Our 16th Season begins in May with Bekah Brunstetter’s funny, thoughtful, and heartfelt The Cake. We’ll then present Stephen Adly Guirgis’s wild Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train in August. In September, you’ll see Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser. We’ll return to Nobel Prize-winner Harold Pinter in January with Betrayal. Finally, in March of 2021, we’ll present Lucas Hnath’s The Christians at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Main Street in Midtown Kansas City.
You’ll see stirring performances from favorites like Jan Rogge, John Rensenhouse, Phil Fiorini, and more!
Early Bird pricing will only be available until March 11, so use the buttons below or call the Central Ticket Office today at 816-235-6222 to take advantage of the lowest ticket pricing available!
You also get your full-season subscriber perks, including unlimited ticket exchanges, an invitation to the KCAT Annual Subscribers Party, first-invite opportunities to special events all season, and more, so don’t delay.
Call the Central Ticket Office at 816-235-6222 Or Use the Buttons Below To Subscribe
Here’s what KCAT has in store for you next season:
The Cake by Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Missy Koonce
May 20 – June 7 @ The City Stage in Union Station
When an upbeat bakery owner in North Carolina (played by company member Jan Rogge) is asked to bake a cake for the wedding of a woman she helped raise, she finds herself reconsidering her views when she discovers the other half of the couple is also a woman. “The Cake” is a funny, thoughtful, and heartfelt story that lightheartedly, but respectfully considers a potentially divisive issue featuring a story that focuses on building bridges.
Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Directed by Brian Paulette
August 5 – 23 @ The City Stage in Union Station
Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning Stephen Adly Guirgis, this wild and surreal play follows Angel Cruz’s irreverent journey though spirituality and the justice system. In turns crude and rapturous, this story features a diverse lineup of sympathetic characters and was nominated for the Olivier Award for Best New Play when it first premiered in 2002. This will also be the directorial debut of KCAT company member, Brian Paulette.
The Dresser by Ronald Harwood
Directed by Darren Sextro
September 9 – 27 @ The City Stage in Union Station
An elegy to a by-gone era of British theater where esteemed actors ruled the stage with near impunity, “The Dresser” finds an aging actor as he fights through a challenging performance of “King Lear” with the help of his longtime theatrical dresser. This play, written by the Oscar-winning Ronald Harwood and featuring John Rensenhouse, Phil Fiorini, and Carla Noack, will deliver powerhouse performances.
Betrayal by Harold Pinter
Directed by Cinnamon Schultz
January 13 – 31 @ The City Stage in Union Station
This award-winning play tracing the reverse chronology of a 7-year affair is a classic of characterization and emotion from Harold Pinter, a favorite of KCAT’s audiences and playwright who has been hailed as one of the most influential modern British dramatists. Following our “Pinter Project” summer nine seasons ago, we look forward to returning to the Nobel Prize-winning Pinter.
The Christians by Lucas Hnath
Directed by Gary Heisserer and John Rensenhouse
March, 2021 @ St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
This marks a return to environmental theater for KCAT, where a play is performed in the actual environment where it takes place. In “The Christians,” a pastor delivers a sermon that shakes the faith of the congregation he has shepherded from storefront to mega-church in a play that has been praised by The National Catholic Reporter as “…powerful, riveting… handles complex and intellectual debate in a relatable way that, more importantly, shows the human and real consequences of choices based in spirituality.” This thoughtful show, presented complete with a choir, will be a singular experience.
We invite you to join us for a season of unforgettable theatre that will make you cry, laugh, and think. Theatre that will feature the best actors Kansas City has to offer, delivering intimate and personal work.
Remember, you must act quickly to take advantage of our special offer, available now through March 11. 
Call the Central Ticket Office at 816-235-6222 Or Use the Buttons Below To Subscribe
Kansas City Actors Theatre | P.O. Box 414260, Kansas City, MO 64141

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