Heartland Men’s Chorus Announces 17/18 Season
Photo courtesy of Heartland Men’s Chorus. Dustin S. Cates, Artistic Director of Heartland Men’s Chorus (HMC), has announced the lineup for the organizations 32nd year. The season kicks off in the fall, a first for the company and a goal of Cates’ since he began in 2014, with FROM THE... Read more
SOMETHING ROTTEN! This Way Comes to Kansas City

The original new musical SOMETHING ROTTEN! makes its Kansas City premiere at Starlight Theatre for six performances.

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KCAT Offers Reduced Subscription to Patrons Under 30

The Kansas City Actors Theatre, in partnership with The Edward Earls Legacy Fund, has announced a program offering first-time subscribers, under 30, a discounted five-show subscription to KCAT’s 17/18 season.

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THE GREEN BOOK WINE CLUB TRAIN TRIP Receives Workshop Reading

Local playwright Michelle Tyrene Johnson, winner of Olathe Civic Theatre Association’s inaugural New Works Playwright Competition returns for a two night Winner Workshop performance of her script, THE GREEN BOOK WINE CLUB TRAIN TRIP.

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MTH Theater Announces Line-Up for 2018 Season
The MTH Theater at Crown Center has announced the line-up for the 2018 Season, which includes five mainstage productions, a first for the organization. The 16th season begins with BROADWAY’S GOLDEN AGE (March 1-18).  An original revue written and hosted by MTH Founder George Harter, BROADWAYS GOLDEN AGE will... Read more
Casting Complete for KCAT’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Pictured: Victor Raider-Wexler Kansas City Actors Theatre has completed casting for their production of Agatha Christie’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, the opening show of their thirteenth season. Directed by John Rensenhouse, the production features Robert Gibby Brand, Greg Butell, Scott Cordes, Kyle Dyck, Bonnie Griffin, Manon Halliburton, Ellen Kirk,... Read more
Cast and Creatives Set for Arthur Miller’s THE CRUCIBLE

The Barn Players have announced the cast and creative team for their summer production of Arthur Miller’s THE CRUCIBLE.

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KC Rep’s New Works Production of FIRE IN DREAMLAND Heads to The Public Theatre

KC Rep’s New Works Production of FIRE IN DREAMLAND Heads to The Public Theatre

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Barn Players Announce Move to Downtown KC

The Barn Players have announced they’ll be relocating to downtown Kansas City.

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Arts and Culture Report Finds Economic Impact of 276 Million on Metro Area
Americans for the Arts (AFTA) recently released its Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 (AEP5) Study, which includes data for the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan area, describing the total economic impact by nonprofit arts and cultural organizations and their audiences as $276 million, a slight increase over the figure reported... Read more
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