Join us this weekend for the only festival likely to feature plays about hamsters, spooky specters, and kids playing house
Opening THIS FRIDAY!
The 3rd installment of the Alphabet Soup: Stories from Queer Voices LGBTQ+ short play festival features our most thematically diverse plays yet!
In a jam-packed evening of theater, we’re bringing you SEVEN short plays by LGBTQ+ playwrights from the Kansas City region!
MTH THEATER, Stage 2, in Crown Center
Friday, April 13 at 8 pm
Saturday, April 14 at 8 pm
Sunday, April 15 at 6 pm
Here’s the full line-up of plays:
No Small Parts, by Isabella Tate, in which a trans actress is forced to justify her presence during a rehearsal; Silenced, by Jamie Mayo, a spoken-word story of a woman learning to speak her truth during a visit home to her parents; Spring Break, by Kevin King, which finds two married men on spring break encountering a young man on the prowl; Some Specter, by John Adams, a pastiche of The Hardy Boys meets Scooby Doo as if written by John Hughes;
In ConXion, by Vincent Wagner, we see gay men “looking” on a dating app; Harmony, by Christopher Steinauer, shows us kids on a play date facing questions of gender identity head on,
and Habitat, by Diane Hightower, in which a hamster gets an unexpected roommate
Only three performances
All plays are presented each night!
Run time: Approx 90 minutes with intermission
Tickets: $15 (plus ticketing fee)