My Old Lady is a Portrait of Humanity and Culture

Renowned playwright Israel Horovitz has referred to his play “My Old Lady” as his “love letter to Paris”. In this production, the Kansas City Actors Theatre, under the direction of Darren Sextro, has executed his vision with all the subtlety, emotion, and tired grandeur it requires.

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Unicorn’s APPLICATION PENDING Is Delicious Fun

Christine has been dumped into a new position in the pre-primary admissions office in a high-demand New York City preschool/elementary school after the sudden and somewhat mysterious departure of her predecessor.

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BOOK OF MORMON Is as Endearing as It Is Funny
(l-r) Ryan Bondy and David Aron Damane. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus Review: BOOK OF MORMON on Tour at Kansas City Music Hall By Bec Pennington Attending at the Music Hall in Kansas City on the same night, at the same time nearly, as a couple of other big events... Read more
KC Rep’s CHRISTMAS CAROL Harnesses the True Power of Theater

Those of us in the industry like to take jabs at the practice of theater companies cashing in on Christmas with an overblown family-friendly spectacle each December. The truth is, though, that sharing a live experience that fills an audience with such unfettered warmth and love is a real joy for most performing artists.

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THE NUTCRACKER Hits All Its Marks at KC Ballet

THE NUTCRACKER is as synonymous with Christmas as Santa Claus and his red nosed reindeer friend, so it’s always a challenge for Ballet companies to keep audiences engaged and coming back year after year when there are so many productions to be found.

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