KCRep has announced the cast and design team for “Fun Home.”
KCRep’s “A Christmas Carol” is a superb way to find the true meaning of Christmas this and every year.
Kansas City Repertory Theatre will continue its 2019/20 season with Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL, featuring an adaptation by Geoff Elliott with direction from Associate Artistic Director Jason Chanos. The adaptation replaces former Artistic Director Eric Rosen’s version which ran for only two seasons. The cast for the 2019... Read more
Pictured: Vanessa Severo and Nathan Darrow. Photo by Don Ipock. By Megan Greenlee “Sizzling,” “sensuous” and “smoldering” were the words that floated around my mind as I watched the opening night of Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” Set in Maggie and Brick’s bedroom on... Read more
“It’s interesting to look at a work that was originally written in the 1950s, reworked in the 1970s, and then explore how it might resonate for an audience today.”
After a nationwide search, Stuart Carden has been selected as the fifth Artistic Director of KCRep.
Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced the cast and design team for its season opener, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning play from Tennessee Williams. Directed by Lisa M. Rothe, the cast includes Amy Elizabeth Attaway (Mae), Nathan Darrow (Brick), Darren Kennedy (Gooper), Merle Moores (Big... Read more
Kim Martin-Cotten (Assistant AD) sat down with Gayla Voss (Costume Shop Manager), Jenny Green (Assistant Costume Shop Manager) and Michele Richmond (Head Cutter) to talk about building the costumes for KCRep’s current production “Pride and Prejudice.” How many costumes did you build for this show ? Let’s see… 18... Read more
Lauren Spencer and Walter Coppage, actors from KCRep’s current production of “Pride and Prejudice,” sat down with Kim Martin-Cotten (Assistant Artistic Director) to talk about stepping into this production. Kim Martin-Cotten: How is it to dive into a classic and find your way into what is both traditional and... Read more
By a show of hands who loves Jane Austen?