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KC Rep brings Frida Kahlo’s life to the stage

“I used to think I was the strangest person in the world, but then I thought there are so many people in the world,...

KC Rep premiers “School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play”

“If you’re from Africa, why are you white?” This famous line—from the 2004 film “Mean Girls”—was originally meant to be comedic, but its deeper meaning...

“Indecent” at the KC Rep

The Rep recently cancelled multiple performances of INDECENT, citing "unforeseen and unavoidable medical emergencies." To view an updated performance schedule or to check ticket availability, go to www.kcrep.org. The driving force in “Indecent” is not it’s...

KC Rep cancels performances of hit show “INDECENT”

In an unprecedented first, the Kansas City Repertory Theatre canceled five performances of Paula Vogel’s play “INDECENT” due to a "series of unforeseen and...

KC Rep premiers classic “Of Mice and Men”

It’s a book we were all forced to read in high school. However, director Jason Chanos brings Jon Steinbeck’s 1937 classic novel to life...

Review: KC Rep’s “Last Days of Summer”

What started off as a spectacle turned into a tear-jerker by the end of the show. Multiple correspondence letters hanging from the ceiling welcomed...

A script-load of fun at Playwright Theater

Drunk Leprechauns, glitter puke, and a golden alcoholic beverage all have one thing in common: The interactive and spontaneous Playwright Theater brought to life...

“Sex with Strangers” premieres at KC Rep

Reese Bentzinger The phrase "Sex with Strangers" probably conjures up images of sketchy bars and dingy hotel rooms. The Kansas City Repertory Theater’s newest production, however,...

KC Rep creates window into Autism with newest production

After two plus hours of fast-paced, non-stop action, I left Spencer Theater Friday night with an altered sense of space and time. This highly-anticipated...

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