Local standouts rehearse ‘My Old Lady’ for KCAT


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Rehearsals for “My Old Lady” are in full swing. As they started work, the three actors, David Fritts, Kathleen Warfel, and Jan Rogge took a moment to reflect on their longstanding personal and professional history together in Kansas City. Read about it over at KC Studio’s blog entry.

See these three Kansas City artists in what Director (and KCAT Artistic Board Member) Darren Sextro refers to as “a gift to our patrons” by getting your tickets here or by calling the Ticket Office at 816-235-6222.
In “My Old Lady,” Mathias, a down-on-his luck author, inherits a fabulous but crumbling Parisian apartment from his estranged father, and thinks that his luck has finally changed… until he learns that the apartment comes with a feisty 92-year-old tenant and her obstinate daughter! Not only is this a Kansas City premiere, but it is the first time an Israel Horovitz play has been professionally produced in here in nearly 25 years.
Come see this hidden gem by an acclaimed and prolific writer. A love letter to France that is, in turns, funny, romantic, touching, and profound.

“My Old Lady” will run from January 11 – 29 at the City Stage in Union Station. Tickets are available here or by calling 816-235-6222.

More info at www.kcactors.org
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