Inside SEA MARKS: Interview with Director Jan Rogge

It’s a delicate thing. I have to know when to get in there and help them, and when to stay out of it.

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Inside STUPID FUCKING BIRD Part Two: That Lightbulb Moment

Now, like Connie, I’m usually the first to roll his eyes at attempts to make plays “accessible,” but I have to admit that Posner has done something magical with his play.

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Eight Shows to See In December

December is, undoubtedly, one of the most festive times of the year and there is no shortage of art to celebrate the season, but that’s not all Kansas City has to offer this month.

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Inside STUPID FUCKING BIRD Part One: An Actor Playing an Actor

To be honest, this play scares the hell out of me. That’s one of the reasons I said yes.

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Inside CASA VALENTINA Part Three: Co-Directing

What I didn’t know at the time, but came to realize, is that Michael was offering me an opportunity of a lifetime.

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Inside CASA VALENTINA Part Two: Makeup Design

The characters of CASA VALENTINA are complicated men expressing and exploring their truest selves by dressing as women. This was not about drag, neither was it about simply throwing on a dress and slapping on some lipstick.

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Inside DISGRACED Part Two: An Actor’s Journey

It’s not often that I get to tell a story with particular personal significance. As the son of an immigrant and an American I felt pulled to the duality of the character of Amir.

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Narcissism and You

Are all performers narcissists? Is that a bad thing? Bill Harrison explores the relationship between a performer and a healthy bit of narcissism.

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Inside CASA VALENTINA Part One: An Unexpected Adventure

CASA VALENTINA is a complex, nuanced story and every character within it struggles with identity. It holds a relevant message for the state of the world today, and it is important to me, as a proud LGBT+ Ally, that I have a part in telling it.

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Amy Attaway on Typecasting, Penguin Chats, and Having the Soul of an 87-Year-Old

Abigail Trabue profiles KC actor Amy Attaway on her career to date and her current production of WHAT WOULD CRAZY HORSE DO? in which she plays a KKK member at KCRep.

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