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MET sets pinnacle with ‘Shawshank Redemption’

Making its North American debut, “The Shawshank Redemption” stuns the audience with graphic dialogue, intense fight scenes, the stark look into prison life, and the...

Smaller venue brings big heart to ‘Billy Elliott’

Count on Spinning Tree Theatre to pare down big shows and present them with intimacy and grace, putting the focus on the story and the characters as they did with the...

Death reveals dark secrets between neighbors

“Pass Over” presents a story to two families with decades of experiences as neighbors, employees, employers, and even some romantic encounters along the way in a new...

Madcap mayhem describes ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’

Step to the rear, “Noises Off.” There’s a new comedy king traveling the nation that makes “Noises Off seem like a Shakespearean tragedy. “The Play that...

Radio format allows vibrant 1940s music to entertain

Hat check girls, cigarette girls, shapely women walking through entertainment venues selling their latest tray of sinful snacks, cigarettes and candies brings back the...

QHP show highlights Broadway & Jazz classics

For a great trip through memory lane of Broadway and some 1950’s jazz, nothing fills the bill like the current show at Quality Hill Playhouse with a fabulous...

‘Big River’ flows with diverse talent

Music Theatre Kansas City teamed with The Black Repertory Theatre Company and founder Damron Russel Armstrong to feature a composite cast of young thespians along side...

Children’s show teaches about inclusion

Time is running out to see the most endearing children’s show with a subtle, but strong lesson on inclusion and acceptance; “Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical,”...

Unicorn presents laughter, horror, dysfunction in ‘The Human

New production at Kansas City’s Unicorn Theatre brings a Thanksgiving story where a family gathering unveils funny, painful, and horrific revelations as the festive...

‘Beau Jest’ changes pace for Chestnut audiences

For just a good, old-fashioned comedy, but set in modern time, do not miss “Beau Jest,” at Olathe’s Chestnut Fine Arts Center, playing through April 14. Directed...

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