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The Bard goes Hip-Hop at Black Rep of KC

By Bob Evans Shakespeare? Othello? OMG, no way! But…say, “Yes” to “Othello the Remix” now playing at the GEM Theatre in the Jazz District, presented by The...

Unlocked potential spurs rock success

By Bob Evans Pressure to succeed puts locks on a group of students until their creativity and worth take an unexpected turn for the better when an “accidental”...

Family 20 year saga plays out in 9 hours of theatre

By Bob Evans Watch 20 years of family struggles and laughter play out in front of you when you attend all three parts of the current productions at Metropolitan Ensemble...

Coterie holiday show brings live-action Rudolph to KC

By Bob Evans Rush to the phone or internet if you have children and want to give them a memorable Christmas present–live theatre–in the form of “Rudolph the...

Juke Box musical sizzles with explosive talent

By Bob Evans Expect to rock and party when attending The Barn Players newest production “Rock of Ages,” the musical based on the music of the 1980s, blasts mega-hit...

Actors excel in poignant play, ‘The Nance’

By Bob Evans The Great Depression, prohibition, crime, prostitution, gambling, corruption and Mayor Fiorello La Guardia contributed to a decade of problems in New York...

Sounds of ‘50s and ‘60 excites Chestnut crowd

By Bob Evans Get tickets now and cross your fingers that shows do not sell out before you make the call to The Chestnut Fine Arts Center for the newest production,...

‘Mame’ resurrects America’s favorite madcap aunt

By Bob Evans As Auntie Mame proclaims in novel, play and musical, “Life’s a banquet.” To Auntie Mame, every day is a holiday; and she believes one should live life...

Steinbeck classic opens with full house

By Bob Evans KC Rep brings one of the all-time favorite novels of The Great Depression Era to the stage as John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” opened with a...

Age of Aquarius re-dawns with Mid-Life Players

By Bob Evans Who can believe that America’s first tribal rock musical, “Hair,” shocked audiences with a plethora of four letter words (yes, including multiple...

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