Unicorn Featured in American Theatre Magazine

Kansas City’s own Unicorn Theatre will be in the February issue of American Theatre magazine.

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Unicorn Announces Cast and Design Team for INFORMED CONSENT

Unicorn  Theatre has announced the cast and design team for Deborah Zoe Laufer’s INFORMED CONSENT. 

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Review: PROJECT DAWN at Unicorn Theatre

There is no trigger warning strong enough for this one, yet it is a show that needs to be seen. These are stories that need to be heard, and issues that need to be discussed.

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Inside PROJECT DAWN: A Dramaturg’s Approach

Perhaps it was the play’s seamless alignment with what I want to tackle artistically. Perhaps it was an awareness of my privilege and that of the playwright. Perhaps it was my long history in the nonprofit sector. Perhaps it was all of these reasons and others I don’t even know yet. What is clear to me, however, is that from the beginning, I felt the societal importance of this work.

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Seven Shows to See In January

With the holiday show season in the rearview mirror, the new year brings an eclectic batch of exciting productions, and Managing Editor Abigail Trabue has her top picks sure to kick the Winter blues.

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Casting Set for World Premiere of PROJECT DAWN at Unicorn Theatre

Unicorn Theatre has announced the cast and creative team for Karen Hartman’s PROJECT DAWN.

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Kansas City’s Best Shows of 2017
As an amazing year of performance in Kansas City comes to an end, we’re wrapping up our picks for the best productions of 2017. We asked our critics which of the 66 shows we reviewed this year have truly stuck with them, and below are their favorites. The following,... Read more
Review: STUPID FUCKING BIRD at Unicorn Theatre

A Chekhov adaptation it is, but the actors routinely flip the bird at a photo of the great playwright that makes its way around the stage.

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Inside STUPID FUCKING BIRD Part Two: That Lightbulb Moment

Now, like Connie, I’m usually the first to roll his eyes at attempts to make plays “accessible,” but I have to admit that Posner has done something magical with his play.

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Eight Shows to See In December

December is, undoubtedly, one of the most festive times of the year and there is no shortage of art to celebrate the season, but that’s not all Kansas City has to offer this month.

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