‘Weir’ returns for Halloween fun


Posted by Bob Evans

Runs Thursday, October 21
through Sunday October 31
Come opening night—that’s tomorrow!—and you can
meet the cast!
Kevin Fewell – Jack
Kevin is grateful to be returning to this wonderful ensemble. Kevin, a life-long resident of the area, has been part of the professional theatre community for over 40 years working onstage and in film and television. He last appeared at the Warwick in The Outgoing Tide for Venture out theatre in 2020. Thank you to all who have helped keep the Kansas City theatre scene alive during the past year. Welcome back to the pub!!
Curtis Smith – Brendan
Curtis Smith is an actor, playwright (guild member playwrights) and creator of things. He returned to Kansas City to play Jacques in this beautiful theatre. He currently lives in western Kansas, where he takes care of his mother following the death of his father last year. He wishes to thank MET sponsors for their generosity and support. Without you we cannot do what we love in this amazing space
Elizabeth A. Hillman – Valerie
Thrilled to be a part of live theatre again, Elizabeth is returning to a role she absolutely loves. Other favorite local credits include Taming of the Shrew with Rising Tide Productions, Kindertransport and Tale of the Allergists Wife at The White Theatre, Jesus on Toast and Devoured By Tigers in The KC Fringe Festival as well as August: Osage County; On Shoulders Now and Fahrenheit 451. Favorite shows in Los Angeles include Teshuvah, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Uncle Vampire. Thank you very, very much for coming out and supporting theatre in person!
Tommy Waller – Jim
Tommy Waller is thrilled to be returning to MET where previous credits include ProofThe WeirGross IndecencyCymbeline and Mother of the Maid. Tommy has also acted for THUD Productions, Relevance Productions and the Coterie Theatre. He is a member of the improv community, performing with Comedy City, Groundhog Day Theatre and the KC Improv Co.
Michael Scahill – Finbar
Michael is delighted to return to The Warwick stage with an incredible group of friends and to enter this idyllic, country pub once again. Many thanks to my amazing wife Courtney, my son William, and all of my family and friends for their continued support. Erin Go Bragh!
In Brendan’s pub, isolated above the town, the men gather for their daily pint. The arrival of a stranger in their midst—a woman—spurs them to impress her with stories of souls past and of spirits very much present. But one story is more chilling and real than any that the men could have foreseen. 
Stop in for a small one or a bottle of the black stuff as we re-visit this intimate show from last season.
I M P O R T A N T !
The safety of our artists, audiences, and staff
will always be our TOP priority
Effective immediately, THE WARWICK will require all performers and audience members to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. 
All patrons will be required to show PROOF OF VACCINATION and a matching photo ID, in order to enter the theater. Audiences will also be required to wear face masks upon entering the building.
We will continue to follow closely all local and CDC recommended
health & safety protocols.
We intend to bring you outstanding performances
Thank you in advance for being flexible, safe,
thoughtful, and smart!
The Warwick
3927 Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64111
Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre | 3927 Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64111


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