Review: “The Nutcracker” at Kansas City Ballet
Pictured: KCB Dancer Lamin Pereira. Photographer: Brett Pruitt & East Market Studios. By Abigail Trabue For five seasons now, Kansas City has enjoyed a reimagined “Nutcracker” overflowing with childhood wonder and holiday joy, a production uniquely our own and one that should be at the top of every Christmas... Read more
Review | “A Christmas Carol” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre

KCRep’s “A Christmas Carol” is a superb way to find the true meaning of Christmas this and every year.

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Review | “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre
Pictured: Vanessa Severo and Nathan Darrow. Photo by Don Ipock. By Megan Greenlee “Sizzling,” “sensuous” and “smoldering” were the words that floated around my mind as I watched the opening night of Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” Set in Maggie and Brick’s bedroom on... Read more
Review | “A Doll’s House” at Kansas City Actors Theatre

A lot has been said about this play over the years, so much that another play was inspired to continue the story.

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Review | “Billy Elliot” at Spinning Tree Theatre
Pictured: Robert J. Hingula and Ben Renfrow. Photo by J. Robert Schraeder/Spinning Tree Theatre. By Bec Pennington 1984 was an iconic year for many reasons, but it is infamous in Great Britain for one of the most intense and bitter strikes ever to occur in the nation. The national... Read more
Review | “Pride and Prejudice” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre

By a show of hands who loves Jane Austen?

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Review | “The Green Book Wine Club Train Trip” at KC MeltingPot Theatre
Pictured: Ensemble of “The Green Book Wine Club Train Trip.” Photo by Thomas Kimble. By Megan Greenlee Wine and time travel. Laughter and tears. To live a full adventurous life or stay home with your cat? Michelle Tyrene Johnson’s “The Green Book Wine Club Train Trip” takes you on... Read more
Review: INDECENT at Kansas City Repertory Theatre

“Indecent” shook me. My chest literally burned in pain for a good half hour following.

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Review: NOMAD MOTEL at Unicorn Theatre

If strength is gained through tough experiences, then Alix, Mason, and the rest of the characters of NOMAD MOTEL can take on the world.

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Review: SECRET SOLDIERS at The Coterie Theatre

From a production standpoint, SECRET SOLDIERS hits all the marks and offers the designers and actors a multitude of layers to play in.

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