Inside THE REALISTIC JONESES Part Three: Designing Silence

In this 4-part Inside series, PerformInk Kansas City takes you behind the scenes of Kansas City Actors Theatre’s production of THE REALISTIC JONESES through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes.

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Inside THE REALISTIC JONESES Part Two: Simplistic, Realistic: Set and Costume Design

In this 4-part Inside series, PerformInk Kansas City takes you behind the scenes of Kansas City Actors Theatre’s production of THE REALISTIC JONESES through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes.

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Inside THE REALISTIC JONESES Part One: A Director Prepares

But, oh, it could go so wrong! It is scary and intimidating to prepare for a production of a play such as this. It is amazingly delicate. The play is labeled a comic drama. The drama coming from its central subject – dying and death.

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THE REALISTIC JONESES Closes Out KCAT’s Twelfth Season

Kansas City Actors Theatre will conclude it’s 12th season with the regional premiere of Will Eno’s THE REALISTIC JONESES.

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Kansas City Actors Theatre Continues Their Staged Reading Series with UNDER MILK WOOD
Kansas City Actors Theatre (KCAT) continues their Season 12 staged reading series with a free script-in-hand reading of the Dylan Thomas comedy UNDER MILK WOOD. First performed as a radio drama in 1954, UNDER MILK WOOD explores the dreams and lives of the residents of a small, fictional Welsh... Read more
KCAT Announces Expanded Five Show 17/18 Season

Kansas City Actors Theatre has announced their 17/18 season which includes five shows, a first for the company, and a co-production of King Lear with UMKC’s Theatre and directed by two-time Tony Award winner Ed Stern.

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KCAT and HASF to Partner on Reading of THE BEARD OF AVON

Kansas City Actors Theatre (KCAT) and the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival (HASF) are partnering to present a free reading of Amy Freed’s THE BEARD OF AVON.

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My Old Lady is a Portrait of Humanity and Culture

Renowned playwright Israel Horovitz has referred to his play “My Old Lady” as his “love letter to Paris”. In this production, the Kansas City Actors Theatre, under the direction of Darren Sextro, has executed his vision with all the subtlety, emotion, and tired grandeur it requires.

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Inside MY OLD LADY Part Three: Old, New, and Original Sound Design
In this 3-part feature, PerformInk Kansas City’s INSIDE series takes you behind the scenes of Kansas City Actors Theatre’s production of MY OLD LADY through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes. To read past articles click here. Part Three By Jonathan Robertson, Sound Designer. The sound... Read more
Inside MY OLD LADY Part Two: Crafting a Moment

In this 3-part feature, PerformInk Kansas City’s INSIDE series takes you behind the scenes of Kansas City Actors Theatre’s production of MY OLD LADY through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes.

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