Review: FULL GALLOP at Spinning Tree Theatre

Just Off Broadway Theatre is an intimate black box theater with the perfect ambiance for a one-woman play, and Spinning Tree Theatre has just the right one for us.

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Review: PROJECT DAWN at Unicorn Theatre

There is no trigger warning strong enough for this one, yet it is a show that needs to be seen. These are stories that need to be heard, and issues that need to be discussed.

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Review: SEA MARKS at Kansas City Actors Theatre

Rogge understands that at the heart of SEA MARKS is belonging, and she smartly moves through the world with two actors who understand McKay’s flowing language.

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Kansas City’s Best Shows of 2017
As an amazing year of performance in Kansas City comes to an end, we’re wrapping up our picks for the best productions of 2017. We asked our critics which of the 66 shows we reviewed this year have truly stuck with them, and below are their favorites. The following,... Read more
Review: IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre

Though it has been 71 years since the story of George Bailey was introduced to the world, the MET’s production of IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE frames the tale in a fresh perspective to recreate a holiday classic.

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A SPECTACULAR CHRISTMAS SHOW at MTH Theater at Crown Center

MTH Theater is known for producing shows that put music first, and A SPECTACULAR CHRISTMAS SHOW is no exception.

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Review: A WONDERFUL LIFE at MTKC Pro

Whether you’ve seen it dozens of times or never before, there’s something special about this story.

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Review: THE NUTCRACKER at Kansas City Ballet

Here in Kansas City are fortunate enough to have a company that not only excels in their interpretation of THE NUTCRACKER but is also lead by an artistic director who clearly understands the importance of paying tribute to a classic.

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Review: LES MISÉRABLES National Tour at The Music Hall

LES MISÉRABLES is love, unyielding faith, hardship, redemption, forgiveness, despair, hope, and mercy. In short, it is a story of humanity in all its flawed glory.

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Review: STUPID FUCKING BIRD at Unicorn Theatre

A Chekhov adaptation it is, but the actors routinely flip the bird at a photo of the great playwright that makes its way around the stage.

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