The Coterie Theatre delivers an adorable and safely fun romp with "Goosebumps “The Phantom of the Auditorium:” the Musical."
Free, lively, and fun; the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival presents "Much Ado About Nothing" in Southmoreland park through July 1.
Kansas City Actors Theatre delivers subtle theatre magic and storytelling with David Hare’s "Skylight."
The national tour of “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” shone beautifully for one night only at the Carlsen Center.
The Unicorn Theatre continues its tradition of diversity and breaking out of the average theatre production mold with Kansas City premiere of “Vietgone.”
The beautiful, warm one-man masterpiece "Wiesenthal" was aptly presented during Yom HaShoah by The White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center.
Playwright and producer Jerry Hickey creates a different sort of play than is typically seen in the Crossroads District with “The Mascot.”
Flawless performances and an intriguing subject matter in “Informed Consent” make for an important piece of new theatre at Unicorn Theatre
The Coterie Theatre holds audiences captive with “Tuck Everlasting.”
The Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City presents George C. Wolfe’s daring and relevant “The Colored Museum.”
The world premiere of “The Secret of Courage” at The Coterie Theatre is a technologically fantastical venture for more mature children.
Theatre League presents the beautiful and stripped-down Broadway revival of "The Color Purple."
Kansas City Actors Theatre presents a moving and romantic “Sea Marks” by Renaissance man Gardner McKay.
Kansas City’s finest theatres present some exciting, lively musicals to keep us warm through the rest of winter and spring.
The Mid America Freedom Band entertained with a diverse array of Christmas scores from television and movies.
MTH Theater delivers a rousing new version of their annual “A Spectacular Christmas Show” with a strong emphasis on dancing and a top-notch band led by Jeremy Watson.
Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s Artistic Director Eric Rosen re-writes the Kansas City Christmas favorite "A Christmas Carol" for the original novella’s 150th anniversary.
The Coterie Theatre pristinely presents the childhood classic “A Charlie Brown Christmas” for the children of today to learn from and enjoy.
The White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center of Kansas City opens its 13th season with Mel Brooks’ adaptation of his outrageously funny 1974 film, “Young Frankenstein.”
In partnership with UMKC Theatre, Kansas City Actors Theatre presents one of Shakespeare’s most-revered tragedies, “King Lear.”