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Faust Theatre debuts musical farce

A young, diverse cast delivers comedic performances as Faust Theatre presents the 3-time Tony winning Kansas City debut of “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and...

‘Hamilton’ draws sell-out crowds in KC

Broadway’s “Hamilton,” the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and winner of 11 Tony Awards shot into town on June 18 for a three-week run at Kansas City’s Music Hall...

Murder with comic twist delights crowd

Just imagine equal parts of Agatha Christie’s outlandish English characters, a male version of Miss Marple, and a creative comedic playwright who can blend the mix...

Younger audiences love ‘Elephant and Piggie’ at The Coterie

Popular children’s characters, Elephant and Piggie conclude The Coterie’s 40 season in grand singing and dancing style with their show “We Are in a Play!’ that...

MTKC brings fresh look to ‘Pippin’

Musical Theatre Kansas City Pro opened their newest weekend production of “Pippin” on Thursday night, June 13 at B & B Theaters to an enthusiastic crowd ready to...

‘Annie’ brings musical fun with comic strip characters

America’s favorite Depression Era cartoon strip character, Little Orphan Annie gloriously returns to the Theatre in the Park stage for a two weekend run as the...

‘Revolutionists’ brings razor-sharp performances to Unicorn

Unique play at Unicorn points to historical significance of women’s rights and status dating back to French Revolution times with a new play, “The Revolutionists,”...

OCTA presents slapstick romp to end season

Olathe Civic Theatre Association (OCTA) closes their season with the epitome of French farces, “A Flea in Her Ear,” adapted by David Ives, and guaranteed to make the...

Musical fusion explodes with Orchestre Surreal

Imagine a blend of Classic with Contemporary; blend in classic prose; toss in elements of classical music; and indulge in an acid trip with visions of Shakespeare, Ted...

KCAT opens ‘Morning’s at Seven’ to sold out crowd

A sold-out performance welcomed Kansas City Actors Theatre’s 15th season opener, “Morning’s at Seven,” a 1930s comedy about four sisters as they examine their...

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