If you want to subscribe to KCAT’s monumental 15th Season, but can’t make it to all the shows, we’ve still got you covered!
Three-show subscription packages are now available for Season 15, so even if you have to miss one show, you can still get a great price on tickets for Season 15 and get the benefits of being a subscriber! (Our next free reading will be announced soon, and subscribers get first shot at signing up!)
This season we’re proud to present classics both new and old featuring actors new to our stage, familiar favorites, and returning founders Mark Robbins and Walter Coppage! You’ll want to be sure to catch these touching, emotional, and unforgettable shows featuring some of the best actors Kansas City has to offer.
Our monumental 15th Season will feature Morning’s at Seven by Paul Osborn in May and June, with audience-favorite Dennis Hennessy returning to direct. We’ll present Henrik Ibsen’s classic A Doll’s House in August, Athol Fugard’s “Master Harold”… and the Boys in September, and Marsha Norman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘night, Mother in January, 2020. Read below for more about these exciting shows!
Remember: We’re still working on a fifth offering within this season, but we will not be making it part of our subscription offering. Rest-assured that as a subscriber, you’ll be the first to know about our fifth production and you’ll have access to subscriber-only pricing for anything we add.
Use the button below or call the Central Ticket Office today at 816-235-6222 to take advantage of this offer!
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.
Here’s what KCAT has in store for you next season:
Morning’s at Seven by Paul Osborn
Directed by Dennis Hennessy
May 22 – June 9 @ The City Stage in Union Station
A much-loved, but rarely-performed classic, this charming portrait of life in a small mid-western town in 1938 follows a quartet of sisters living near each other and the comic chaos of their lives. Directed by The New Theatre’s Dennis Hennessy, who previously directed The Gin Game and I’m Not Rappaport, and featuring Deb Bluford, Greg Butell, Krista Eyler, Peggy Friesen, Jeannine Hutchings, Gary Neal Johnson, Merle Moores, Victor Raider-Wexler, and Mark Robbins (KCAT co-founder).
A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Darren Sextro
August 7 – 25 @ The City Stage in Union Station
A Doll’s House will be our first production of Ibsen; it’s been on our radar before and is finally getting its day. A scandal when it was first produced and an almost instant classic, this story of a married woman searching to carve out her own place in the world was way ahead of its time when it premiered in 1879. Still startling relevant, this show will be sure to feature the great, artist-focused performances you’ve come to expect from KCAT. Featuring Hillary Clemens, Todd Lanker, Christina Schafer, Tyler Alan Rowe, Brian Paulette, and Carla Noack.
“Master Harold”… and the Boys by Athol Fugard
Directed by Gary Heisserer
September 11 – 29 @ The City Stage in Union Station
Our third production by Athol Fugard, “Master Harold”… and the Boys is Fugard’s semi-autobiographical account of growing up in South Africa during the apartheid era. A surprising and subtle reflection on how institutional racism and bigotry affects all of those living in it, this production stands to be an unforgettable classic in its own right. Featuring: Walter Coppage (KCAT co-founder), Arthur Clifford, and Khalif Gillette.
‘night, Mother by Marsha Norman
Directed by Sidonie Garrett
January 8-26 @ The City Stage in Union Station
A Pulitizer Prize-winning tragedy, ‘night, Mother is the story of a woman driven to her breaking point. A harsh reflection on modern life and its purpose, the performances and impact of this show will leave an indelible impression. Featuring: Jan Rogge and Cinnamon Schultz.
We invite you to join us for a season of memories. A season of unmatched experiences. A season of challenges. And a season of reminders of what it means to be alive. Join us for our 15th Season of theatre.
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