Review: DEATH AND THE MAIDEN at Kansas City Actors Theatre
Pictured: Vanessa Severo and Rusty Sneary. Photo by Brian Paulette. By Bec Pennington The curtain is open, the sounds of waves crashing on the beach and the undulating shoreline glowing behind windows in the background, but the lights are not fully up. The shadowy figure of a woman scrambles... Read more
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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INSIDE SEA MARKS: Building a Two-Person World

Designer Gary Mosby takes us behind the scenes of the set design for KCAT’s SEA MARKS

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Review: PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT at Unicorn Theatre

This show has the most versatile ensemble I have ever had the pleasure to watch. They are in and out of so many characters and perform so many different types of music that this production alone could constitute a full acting resume.

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Exceptional HOW TO — USE A KNIFE Puts Drama on the Front Burner

Gourmet Chef George has hit rock bottom and accepts a job running a bar & grill kitchen owned by his douchey (sorry there’s no better word) former cook who has wined his way to restaurant ownership. Drama ensues around anger management, substance abuse, race, illegal immigration, the Rwandan genocide (yes), and guilt. Lots of guilt.

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