theTEN with Dena Blizzard

“I cleaned my chandelier on the internet one night for two and a half hours….and that didn’t break it.”

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theTEN with Jennifer Renfrow

What role is Jennifer Renfrow longing to play?

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Guest Editorial: Kansas City Should Be a Safe Place to Work for all Theatre Professionals

I think we all agree there is a problem. To fix the problem, it is going to take a culture shift and accountability, as well as an organization willing to oversee the change.

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theEight with Teddy Trice

theEight with Teddy Trice

theTEN December 27, 2018 0

Pictured: Teddy Trice Jump inside the brains of Kansas City theater artists as we ask them 10 (or in this case, 8) questions that were in no way inspired by “Inside the Actor’s Studio.” What’s the one role/show you’ve always wanted to work on that you haven’t yet?  There... Read more
Inside THE NANCE: Costuming Two Shows For One Production

For me, this show has to be approached almost like two separate shows. The burlesque scenes are one, and the story of Chauncey, Ned and the burlesque troupe are another.

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Inside THE NANCE: A Zap of Inspiration

I first encountered Douglas Carter Beane my junior year of college. I was disillusioned with school, unhappy with the direction my life was going, and certainly sick of the Ozarks.

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theTEN with Timothy Michael Houston

I’m very excited to see what Aaron Sorkin does with “To Kill A Mockingbird.”

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theTEN with Marianne McKenzie

What saying makes Marianne McKenzie die a bit inside? Click to find out.

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Inside A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN: An Outsiders View

Sheryl Mos takes us on a journey with Victor Raider-Wexler through his career and his preparation for playing Phil Hogan in KCAT’s A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN.

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Inside A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN: Ashley Pankow and Keeping O’Neill Relatable

She doesn’t see herself as undesirable; constantly comparing herself to what society says she should be, longing for a better life, and wanting to be forgiven and loved for who she really is. What woman doesn’t see herself as Josie at some point?”

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