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Unicorn production glistens with stellar performances

Prepare for a 90-minute update of 1879s Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama “A Doll’s House” when the main character returns after a 15-year absence, only to find out...

‘Who’s Your Baghdaddy?’ pokes fun at flawed theory with consequences

Leave it to The Unicorn to find quirky, inspirational, new-to-Kansas City plays that leave patrons seeing their world with new perspectives and inspired chatter....

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By Bob Evans Drugs, prostitution, addictions, poverty, death, convictions–all add to problems within an outdated, under-funded, under-serviced, over-worked,...

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