Kansas City Public Theatre continues its “First Mondays Theatre Lab” this October with local playwright Prisca Jebet Kendagor's STAINED. Local Playwright Prisca Jebet Kendagor Joins KCPublic’s First Mondays Theatre Lab

Kansas City Public Theatre continues its “First Mondays Theatre Lab” this October with local playwright Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s STAINED.

In STAINED, Tamera is a scatterbrained, disorganized, yet successful playwright with a broken heart. On a deadline with an unfinished script, she attempts to heal by turning to a struggling actor who she hires to prostitute himself to her.

Prisca Jebet Kendagor’s work has been featured at the Lawrence Arts Center, Fishtank Theatre, and the Buffalo Room. Her 2018 Kansas City Fringe Festival entry ADULTING: A PARODY won Best of Venue, and placed third on the Best of Fringe list.

STAINED runs October 1st at the Uptown Arts Bar as part of the “First Mondays Theatre Lab.” Performances are free and open to the public. For more information visit kcpublictheatre.org.

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