Review | OF MICE AND MEN at Kansas City Repertory Theatre

Kansas City Rep delivers once again with an incredibly complex and well-paced production.

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KCRep Announces the Cast and Design Team for A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced the cast and crew for Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

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KCRep Announces OF MICE AND MEN Cast and Creative Team

Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced the cast and design team for John Steinbeck’s OF MICE AND MEN.

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The appeal of LAST DAYS OF SUMMER is in its nostalgia. It’s funny, charming, and touching, with a good dose of old-fashioned Americana. The themes of friendship, fatherhood, and sacrifice still resonate.

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KCRep Announces Monday Night Playwright Series for 2018/19

The Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced the full schedule for the 2018/2019 Monday Night Playwright Series.

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KCRep Announces Cast and Designers for LAST DAYS OF SUMMER World Premiere
Kansas City Repertory Theatre launches its 2018/2019 season with the world premiere musical, LAST DAYS OF SUMMER based on the book by author Steve Kluger, with direction and choreography by Tony nominee Jeff Calhoun, and produced by special arrangement with Daryl Roth. LAST DAYS OF SUMMER will feature book and lyrics by author... Read more
Eric Rosen out as Artistic Director of the Kansas City Repertory Theatre

Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced that Artistic Director Eric Rosen will be leaving the company, and is moving with his family to New York. 

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KCRep Announces OriginKC: NEW WORKS FESTIVAL Lineup and Casts

Kansas City Repertory Theatre wraps up its 2017/18 season with its OriginKC: NEW WORKS FESTIVAL, a month-long event of new works.

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Review: SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre

The combination of discordant music, clever lighting by Amanda Zieve, and expert work by the ensemble serve up a climax that has to be seen and will not soon be forgotten.

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Review: SEX WITH STRANGERS at Kansas City Repertory Theatre

It’s refreshing to see the balance of the two characters in this play in believable and thoughtfully written roles: an older but shy woman, a confident but shallow younger man. There’s no cougar trope here; each character’s strengths and weaknesses offset each other.

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