Inside CASA VALENTINA Part Three: Co-Directing

What I didn’t know at the time, but came to realize, is that Michael was offering me an opportunity of a lifetime.

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Review: CASA VALENTINA at Spinning Tree Theatre

I appreciate the honesty of this show. Rather than cashing in cheap laughs, the story encourages us to examine ourselves and others honestly so we as a society may live in harmony and unity.

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Inside CASA VALENTINA Part Two: Makeup Design

The characters of CASA VALENTINA are complicated men expressing and exploring their truest selves by dressing as women. This was not about drag, neither was it about simply throwing on a dress and slapping on some lipstick.

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Inside CASA VALENTINA Part One: An Unexpected Adventure

CASA VALENTINA is a complex, nuanced story and every character within it struggles with identity. It holds a relevant message for the state of the world today, and it is important to me, as a proud LGBT+ Ally, that I have a part in telling it.

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Spinning Tree Announces CASA VALENTINA Cast 

Spinning Tree Theatre has announced the cast of CASA VALENTINA.

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Review: FINIAN’S RAINBOW at Spinning Tree Theatre

What can you do with a mostly bare stage, two pianos, and a small group of talented performers? According to Spinning Tree Theatre’s production of FINIAN’S RAINBOW, you can tell a magical story that clearly demonstrates the beauty of diversity.

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Spinning Tree Announces Newly Formed Artists Committee and Guild Scholarship

Spinning Tree Theatre has announced the inaugural Spinning Tree Theatre Guild Scholarship, sponsored by the Guild and administered by the newly formed Artistic Committee.

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Spinning Tree Announces 17/18 Season

Spinning Tree Theatre has announced their 17/18 season, which includes two Kansas City premieres, and will take place at Just Off Broadway Theatre where Spinning Tree is currently in residence.

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PerformInk’s Four for the Weekend

Looking to support your thriving performing arts community? Abigail Trabue’s “Four for the Weekend” highlights four shows worth putting on your wee

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SHIPWRECKED! Rollicks and Rolls

SHIPWRECKED! is based on the life of Louis de Rougemont, who leaves home at the tender age of 16 for adventure on the high seas. Spoiler alert: His ship gets wrecked.

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