Review: DIRTY DANCING on Tour at Starlight Theatre

What works so well on screen is so often an absolute trainwreck on stage.

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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: TORCH SONG TRILOGY presented by The Barn Players at The Arts Asylum

The script does not shy away from difficult subject matter here, forcing the audience to recognize the challenges faced by the LGBTQIA+ community

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Review: SKYLIGHT at Kansas City Actors Theatre

Two people with a complicated but predictable past play out the coulda/shoulda/wouldas on a cold and snowy night on London’s Northwest side.

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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: JACK AND THE BEAN MÁGICO at the Coterie

A trip to the Coterie is always a great time and the production of JACK AND THE BEAN MÁGICO is no exception.

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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: BELFAST GIRLS at Fishtank Theatre

During a period of four years beginning in 1848, the Orphan Emigration scheme, concocted by Henry Grey (the third Earl Grey), delivered over 4000 young women from Irish workhouses to the shores of Austrailia.

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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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