Starlight Theatre has announced the eight-show lineup for its 2018 Broadway series.
Pictured: Damian Blake. Photo courtesy of Mesner Puppet Theatre Mesner Puppet Theater has announced the cast for the first show in their 17/18 season, THE DINOSAUR SHOW. Directed by Artistic Director Mike Horner, the production features Damian Blake as Dr. Sawyer. THE DINOSAUR SHOW reaches into the past to bring... Read more
Lyric Opera of Kansas City has announced their next Exploration Series performance.
Pictured: Just Off Broadway Theatre KC MeltingPot Theatre has announced the lineup for their 17/18 season. inspired by communities empowered to According to the press release, the upcoming season is inspired by communities empowered to action in the wake of Black Lives Matter and the rise of the alt-right.... Read more
“We have reached an agreement on the budget that will allow two faculty members to return and all our graduate students are being funded as promised.”
Coterie Theatre Producing Artistic Director Jeff Church announced today the youth and family theater’s 2017-2018 season. Opening the season in September is the civil rights drama WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED: THE STUDENT SIT-INS OF 1960 “that continues the civil rights conversation encouraged over the past... Read more
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City has announced its 2017-2018 season at the White Theatre.
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
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 BROADWAYS GOLDEN AGE (March 1-18). An original revue written and hosted by MTH Founder George Harter, BROADWAYS GOLDEN AGE will... Read more
Pictured: Drea Dicarlo and Julian Rivera. Photo courtesy of Tradewind Arts Asian American Artists. Tradewind Arts Asian American Artists has announced their first fully produced play, EDITH CAN SHOOT THINGS AND HIT THEM by Filipino-American playwright A. Rey Pamatmat. Pamatmat has created a “wonderfully rich script with roles fully... Read more