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New Coterie production adds dimension, depth to Holocaust story

  In a new play produced by The Coterie in Kansas City’ Crown Center, Hana Brady’s suitcase hides her secret story that develops and unfolds as two Japanese...

Chestnut welcomes Sanders family for in-church revival meeting

by Bob Evans Sit yourself down and listen up, “Smoke of the Mountain” brings a healthy dose of American Gospel music, talented singers (but no dancers), fun...

‘My Old Lady’ allows pain, suffering, culture clash to rotate through characters

by Bob Evans Count on Kansas City Actors Theatre to find and mount rich, textured productions with characters, action, dialogue, and entertainment worthy of the best...

Q & A…In step with…..DEE WALLACE

by Bob Evans This is the first of a series of features about local KC Metro talent that has moved on to other cities and more opportunities.  The article is interactive...

Patti LaBelle adds Kauffman Center show

KAUFFMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS ANNOUNCES TWO NEW PERFORMANCES IN 2017 **Patti LaBelle to perform March 17; The Oak Ridge Boys to perform March 26 Tickets go on...

Kauffman Center nabs grant

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, December 16th, 2016 Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts to Receive National Endowment for the Arts Grant ** The NEA Awards More than...

Holiday classic movie creates excitement as live radio play at MET

Team KC actors Jordan Fox with Alan Tilson, and then turn Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre director Karen Paisley on the script; and, pull out your hanky as “It’s a...

Kindergarten applications almost overwhelm unsuspecting employee

Be ready to be astounded by a one-woman 75-minute one-act play where local actress Jennifer Mays plays 40 (yes, 40) different characters in rapid=fire switches from one...

Love, joy, memories flood MTH theater with Christmas show

Theater Heritage does Christmas right, leaving the audience happy, full of joy, and ready for the holidays by providing a two-hour show, full of lively music, dance, and...

Show targets young/older with peaceful, unity message

  Theatre for Young America offers a show that celebrates the spirit of love, peace, understanding, and solutions to problems with a universal theme that goes...

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