Review: BLITHE SPIRIT at Kansas City Actors Theatre

It’s fitting that Coward’s play was so successful in such a turbulent time. It is permissible escapism at its finest; lighthearted, devilish, and adorable.

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Review: THE WIZARD OF OZ at Providence Amphitheater

THE WIZARD OF OZ is playing through the weekend at Providence Amphitheater and is a must see for Oz fans of all ages.

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Review: “GOOSEBUMPS: The Phantom of the Auditorium – The Musical” at The Coterie Theatre

The Coterie continues to move children’s theater forward and respect this vital art form. And GOOSEBUMPS is no exception.

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Review: CATS at MTH Theater at  Crown Center

This is the CATS we have all been waiting for.

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Review: HIR at Unicorn Theatre

Under the exceptional direction of Unicorn’s new Associate Artistic Director Ian R. Crawford, HIR offers a family at its most raw and vulnerable—dealing with some pretty complicated shit.

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Review: PETER PAN at Kansas City Ballet

Peter and the children really fly, pixie dust sparkles, the cannon booms. Ballet is magic again.

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Review: VIETGONE at Unicorn Theatre

The story poignantly unpacks the complexity and exhaustion of the war’s end totally from the perspective of the displaced immigrant, unapologetically confronting the ignorance of simplistic American notions about the war and the people who had no choice but to live it.

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Review: ONCE ON THIS ISLAND at Spinning Tree Theatre

As a lifelong fan of legends from around the world, I was excited to see the legend of Ti Moune come alive in such a way.

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Review: THE MASCOT at The Living Room

Smartly written and masterfully performed, THE MASCOT hits all the right marks.

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Review: SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre

The combination of discordant music, clever lighting by Amanda Zieve, and expert work by the ensemble serve up a climax that has to be seen and will not soon be forgotten.

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