Category archives for: Theater

Broadway Has Come To Kansas City

Broadway has returned to Kansas City – “Bernstein’s Broadway,” that is. And you don’t want to miss it. Musical Theater Heritage revived the first production they produced at Crown Center’s Off Center Theatre in 2008, “Bernstein’s Broadway.” The original review is about the life of Leonard Bernstein and the wonderful music he wrote for the [...]

‘All Sinatra’ Is All Fun

“I Get A Kick Out Of You.” That’s what audiences at Quality Hill Playhouse are saying about their current production “All Sinatra.” The Cabaret revue pays tribute to Frank Sinatra, arguably the most influential singer of all time. “Ol’ Blue Eyes” changed the landscape of music, clubs and some say the entire country. Jon Daugharthy, [...]

Celestial Journey Via Public Transport

A bus ride from hell to heaven is what the packed audience at Muriel Kauffman Theatre took Saturday evening. It’s hard not to get swept away on a celestial bus journey in Fellowship for the Performing Arts’ new theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ “The Great Divorce.” The high tech and acoustically impeccable Kauffman Center for [...]

Passion. Despair. Love. Romeo & Juliet

One of the most iconic stories of love hits the Kansas City Repertory Theatre stage just in time for pre-Valentine’s Day date nights. “Romeo and Juliet” kicked off the Rep’s second half of the 2013-14 season at Spencer Theatre last weekend and runs through Feb. 9. The enduring love story is a co-production with UMKC [...]

Shrek The Ogre Is Coming To Town

A green ogre is coming to Mission in January. “Shrek: The Musical,” based on the Oscar Winning Dreamworks film, brings the hilarious story of everyone’s favorite ogre to life Jan. 17-26 at Barn Players Theatre. This production will be performed by Barn Junior. It’s a play presented by youth for youth. The show is filled [...]

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