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Kansas City Actors Theatre is a unique voice in Kansas City. In our 12th Season we have been focusing on introducing audiences to authors and stories that are not often told. Stories of a time passed. Stories of an aging population that feels discounted. Stories of people who get lost in the crowd. Telling these stories requires unique artists whose stories are not often told themselves. Actors like Granvile. Supporting these artists is part of our mission, and your help is vital to that mission.

In telling these stories we’ve been able to employ over 80 artists to use their talents to earn a living wage and introduced over 400 students this season alone to the magic of theatre as part of our Student Matinee Program.

But we can’t do it without your help. Ticket sales make up less than 40% of our operating budget, and your continued financial support is what allows us to continue our mission. Will you help by donating $50 or more today?

You’ll agree that the stories told in classic and contemporary classic theatre have an important place in Kansas City culture, and that the actors who help tell these stories should be fairly compensated. With your help we can ensure that these stories will continue to be told and that artists will continue to have a place to tell them.

Click on the button below to support Kansas City Actors Theatre in our mission and help us secure the future of classic and contemporary classic theatre in Kansas City.

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