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Desperate Plans This Week on Kansas City: 1924 in “Best Laid Plans”
This Week’s Cast of “Kansas City: 1924”
Brazen and desperate schemes take shape this week in “Best Laid Plans,” episode 9 of our original radio series, “Kansas City: 1924,” by Forrest Attaway. As dust settles on the latest battle for the streets of Kansas City, the combatants nurse their wounds and look for a way forward, with or without further bloodshed.
Airing on KKFI 90.1 FM at noon on Friday in Kansas City and available for download everywhere 24/7 after broadcast!
Can’t catch the live broadcast of Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre on KKFI 90.1 FM? Listen for free on-demand on your favorite podcast app, be it SpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts or anywhere! Just search for “Kansas City Actors Theatre” to find us. (If you don’t find it, just let us know what podcast app or service you use, and we’ll be sure to get distribution set up!) You can also find us at our main podcast page on Anchor.
This week’s episode features Rusty Sneary, Matt Schwader, Katie Hall, Chioma Anyanwu, Kyle Dyck, Katie Gilchrist, Ellen Kirk, Scott Cordes, Gary Neal Johnson, RH Wilhoit, Alisa Lynn, Granvile O’Neal, Nedra Dixon, Walter Coppage, Justin McCoy, and Victor Raider-Wexler. Written by Forrest Attaway. Directed by Victor Raider-Wexler with Sound Design and Engineering by Jonathan Robertson.
You can also catch up and listen to all episodes (including previous episodes of “Kansas City: 1924”) online after broadcast on our podcast pagewebsite, our KKFI Program page or wherever you get your podcasts 24/7! 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.
Supporting KCAT and the CARES Act in 2021
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 newly-passed government stimulus also extends the tax benefits of the CARES Act into 2021! When you donate any amount (up to $300 in total donations for individuals, and up to $600 for those filing jointly), you will be eligible to claim a deduction of equal amount in addition to the standard deduction. For our donors who itemize, there are even greater potential benefits. As always, please speak to your tax advisor for details.
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