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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KCAT Announces Cast and Design Team for World-Premiere Adaptation

Kansas City Actors Theatre has announced the cast and design team for its world-premiere adaption DRACULA: A SONG OF LOVE AND DEATH.

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KCAT Has Team in Place for O’Neil’s A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN

Kansas City Actors Theatre has announced the design team that will join the previously announced cast of Eugene O’Neill’s A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN.

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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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Inside BLITHE SPIRIT – Building a House for Both Comedy and Ghosts

It seemed like everyone I talked to about it told me a story about the time they designed it, or asked how I was planning to do this trick, or if I had thought about doing this thing.

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Inside BLITHE SPIRIT: Directing Coward

Director Doug Weaver takes us inside his vision for BLITHE SPIRIT at Kansas City Actors Theatre.

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Kansas City Actors Theatre Completes BLITHE SPIRIT Casting

Kansas City Actors Theatre has announced the complete cast and production team for Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit,” the first show of its fourteenth season.

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Kansas City Actors Theatre Announces Lineup and Casts for 18/19 Season

Kansas City Actors Theatre Announces Full Casting and Lineup for 18/19 Season

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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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