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‘Master Harold” at KCAT play revisits Apartheid

The current production on City Stage, produced by Kansas City Actors Theatre, “Master Harold and the Boys” takes the audience to 1950 in South Africa, and gives a...

Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’ illustrates women’s status

Henrik Ibsen’s 1879 play, “A Doll’s House” displays the conditions of women in Norway whose status certainly lagged far behind that of their husband,...

‘Big Top’ takes audience to circus with clowning artistry

In Kansas City from before the 1950s and through the 60s and beyond, two major circuses came to town, The Shrine Circus and the Police Circus. In the earlier times those...

‘Flights of Faery Fancy’ displays aerial mastery in Fringe

Grab the kids and take them to City Stage at Union Station for a chance to see quality aerial acts by a talented cast who perform difficult tricks with seeming easein...

‘Six Degrees of Defecation’ spews embarrassing laughs

Count on Brie Henderson to take her serious medical condition, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and turn it into three successful Fringe shows by using her own stories,...

Psychological thriller keeps audiences guessing

By Bob Evans Kansas City Actors Theatre again rings the bell with a stunning, intense, cat and mouse game of “Truth or Consequences” as the hunter becomes the...

TYA opens with favorite children’s story

By Bob Evans A favorite children’s story, “Chicken Little” comes to life as a musical at Union Station on City Stage, presented by Theatre for Young America– a...

Eugene O’Neill’s final play wows KCAT patron

By Bob Evans Depend on Kansas City Actors Theatre to present seldom produced classic plays with top local talent, beautiful sets, outstanding sound, dramatic lighting,...

Noel Coward comedy excites KCAT audiences

  By Bob Evans Comedy fans that long for a crafty, well-written, well-acted comedy with no cliffs to plunge into a deeper meaning finally rejoice with Kansas City...

KCAT scores with ‘Skylight’

By Bob Evans Expect nothing short of stellar acting when you see the Kansas City Actors Theatre production of David Hare’s “Skylight” now playing at City Stage on...

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