Marissa Wolf, Director of New Works at Kansas City Repertory Theatre, has announced the next three play readings in the 17/18 Monday Night Playwright Series. These free public readings take place on the UMKC campus at the Spencer Theatre Donor Lounge. The three play readings include: Sept 18, 2017 THE... Read more
As a part of their expanding education outreach, KCRep launched its first Youth Summer Theatre Ensemble program this summer which falls under the umbrella of the EnrichKC programming, a program that works with KC Metro schools and community-based organizations. EnrichKC: Summer Youth Theatre Ensemble, is a free four-week program open... Read more
KC Rep’s New Works Production of FIRE IN DREAMLAND Heads to The Public Theatre
Abigail Trabue profiles KC actor Amy Attaway on her career to date and her current production of WHAT WOULD CRAZY HORSE DO? in which she plays a KKK member at KCRep.
Every so often there comes a show that is perfect in its execution, and so disturbing that it stays with you long after the last curtain call. MAN IN LOVE is that show.
Pictured: Arielle Jacobs Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced the initial casting for the world premiere musical of BETWEEN THE LINES based on the best-selling book by New York Times bestselling authors Jodi Picoult and her daughter Samantha van Leer with music and lyrics by Elyssa Samsel and Kate Anderson,... Read more
The Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced the cast and creatives for OriginKC’s New Work Festival productions of WHAT WOULD CRAZY HORSE DO by Larissa FastHorse and MAN IN LOVE by Kansas City native Christina Anderson.
Greta Oglesby and Tosin Morohunfola in KCRep’s A RAISIN IN THE SUN. Photo By Cory Weaver. Review: A RAISIN IN THE SUN at Kansas City Repertory Theatre By Marie Warner A RAISIN IN THE SUN is a classic American play and the Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s production is vital... Read more
Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s CONSTELLATIONS is a smart, complex, play which explores the ideas of free will, determinism, and the multiverse. It also manages to be funny, relatable and heartbreaking.
Pictured: Tosin Morohunfola The Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced the cast and production team for Lorraine Hansberry’s A RAISIN IN THE SUN. Co-Directed by Assistant Artistic Director Chip Miller and Marissa Wolf, director of New Works, the production features Rufus Burns (Joseph Asagai), Carwin Cooper (Travis), Nedra Dixon (Mrs. Johnson),... Read more