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‘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,”...

‘Bond’ electrifies audiences with heart and soul

Powerful, funny, dramatic, heart-wrenching, and heart-warming, “Bond” captures the audience in the first three seconds and holds them hypnotized throughout the...

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...

Explosive story shines fresh light on homelessness

By Bob Evans Prepare to be schooled with a dynamite story about homelessness and parachute kids in California, performed by a superb cast who create not-to-be-forgotten...

Unicorn opener shines light on lab experiments

By Bob Evans “The Effect” sheds light on the laboratory tests for Depression drugs, the possible effects of such drugs, relationships created during a study, and the...

Drama at Unicorn focuses on work-place dangers

By Bob Evans A powerful drama about the effects of toxic chemicals and fumes in a small Missouri town leads to unknown future health problems for long-time workers in...

Family values tug heartstrings in ‘Vietgone’

By Bob Evans The newest play at Kansas City’s Unicorn Theatre presents a unique look at family structure, values, and the Vietnam era when seen through the eyes of...

Unicorn play shines light on ugly sides of under-funded programs

By Bob Evans Drugs, prostitution, addictions, poverty, death, convictions–all add to problems within an outdated, under-funded, under-serviced, over-worked,...

Revenge wags anxious tail in Unicorn production

By Bob Evans From just the title, one could imagine a story about Chesapeake Bay or the infamous dog breed, Chesapeake Bay Retriever and you would be correct on both...

Unicorn presents comic adaptation of Chekhov play

By Bob Evans Known to push the envelope, Kansas City, Missouri’s Unicorn Theatre presents Aaron Posner’s parody of Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull,” but...

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