Review: LAST DAYS OF SUMMER at KCRep

The appeal of LAST DAYS OF SUMMER is in its nostalgia. It’s funny, charming, and touching, with a good dose of old-fashioned Americana. The themes of friendship, fatherhood, and sacrifice still resonate.

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Review: THE EFFECT at Unicorn Theatre

This production of THE EFFECT is classic Unicorn

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Review: LOVE NEVER DIES on Tour at Starlight

LOVE NEVER DIES is a lavish attempt to capitalize on a previous success. Unfortunately, it can’t measure up to its predecessor.

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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 PRODUCERS at MTH

THE PRODUCERS is a tough needle to thread, and the physical production at MTH may not be lavish, but the music certainly is.

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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: CINDERELLA National Tour at Starlight Theatre

For the hundreds of little princesses in the audience, and for my own little prince sitting next to me, I wanted something more.

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Review: GO, DOG. GO! at Mesner Puppet Theater

GO DOG, GO! will leave your little one enchanted as big dogs, little dogs, black and white dogs, all head for the ultimate dog party. 

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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: SINATRA’S SONGWRITER at Quality Hill Playhouse

There’s something refreshing about going to Quality Hill Playhouse and knowing what you’re getting.

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