WOMEN OF MEANS Highlights Stories of Wild West Madams

Despite her many names, the prostitutes of the American frontier had heart, a story, and were women to be reckoned with.

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Quality Hill Playhouse Announces BILLBOARD BLOCKBUSTERS Cast

Quality Hill Playhouse has announced the cast for their upcoming production of BILLBOARD BLOCKBUSTERS.

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KCAT Announces SKYLIGHT Cast and Designers

Kansas City Actors Theatre has announced the cast and design team for David Hare’s “Skylight.”

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KCPublic Announces May Edition of “First Mondays”

Kansas City Public Theatre (KCPublic) has announced the lineup for the May edition of “First Mondays at the Arts Bar.”

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Cast and Designers Announced for Barn Players URINETOWN

The Barn Players have announced the cast and design team for the award-winning musical URINETOWN.

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Broadway’s Nancy Opel to Lead Master Class at Barn Players

The Barn Players have announced Broadway actor Nancy Opel will lead a morning musical masterclass and join them for an evening meet and greet after the April 28th production of URINETOWN.

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OCTA Announces SUPERIOR DONUTS Cast and Design Team

Olathe Civic Theatre Association has announced the cast and production team for SUPERIOR DONUTS by Tracy Letts.

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Jeff Kready and Tally Sessions bring “A Fine Bromance” to MTH

Jeff Kready and Tally Sessions bring their two-person show, “A Fine Bromance” to MTH Theater at Crown Center for one night only.

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Unicorn Announces Cast and Design Team for VIETGONE

Unicorn Theatre has announced the cast and creative team for Qui Nguyen’s VIETGONE, directed by Producing Artistic Director Cynthia Levin. 

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KC MeltingPot Theatre Announces 2018-2019 Season
KC MeltingPot Theatre has announced their 6th season, including works from Kansas City-area African American playwrights Michelle Tyrene Johnson and Harvey Williams. The season kicks off with August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF, the most contemporary of August Wilson’s 10-play cycle chronicling African-American life in the 20th century. Michelle Tyrene Johnson’s THE GREEN... Read more