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‘A Christmas Carol’ delights with new rendition

Granted, the Plaza lighting signals the opening of Kansas City’s Christmas season, but second to that, “A Christmas Carol” at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre on...

Big Broadway success, ‘Once’ deserves smaller venue intimacy

“Once,” a Broadway hit ran for over 1,100 performances and collected eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, opened locally for its Kansas City community theatre...

SpongeBob’s underwater paradise faces destruction

Come to The Coterie and travel to Bikini Beach with SpongeBob and his friends in an action-packed, singing and dancing spectacle in a world premiere. The Coterie Theatre...

Huzzah! ‘Something Rotten’s’ afoot at The J

Live ‘Something Rotten!’ explodes with wit, charm, laughter Get ready for live theatre to restore the excitement, charm, and energy that COVID snatched from our...

Black Rep opens with August Wilson classic drama

Kudos to the cast and crew for the Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City as they end their COVID hiatus with the August Wilson blockbuster play, “Ma Rainey’s Black...

‘Company’ jolts Barn Players into refreshing post COVID wake-up

After a long hiatus, Kansas City theatre resurrects with a number of production companies awakening from a long sleep to find their public willing to don masks and...

‘Laramie Project’ shocks with LGBT tragedy

Shock, outrage, and anger set the tone for the sad, tragic story of Matthew Shepard, a gay young man who was beaten, tortured, tied to a fence post and left to die on...

Coterie premieres ‘How to Snag a Sea Monster’

Kansas City’s premiere children’s theatre fights back against the COVID crisis of the past year by offering their newest production both live and streaming. “How...

‘Red Bike’ gives child perspectives on life

Through the innocent eyes and words of an 11-year old on a red bicycle, the world appears so much simpler and pure; yet, the simplicity exposes more complexities of an...

‘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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