Learn more about KC Molière: 400 in 2022 as the group prepares to showcase Kansas City’s French heritage with a city-wide celebration of Molière’s 400th birthday, January 15, 2022. The 2021-22 theatre season will launch a season of Molière plays, Molière-inspired new works, and French neoclassical and Baroque works embracing all of the arts: theatre, dance, music, film, puppetry, visual arts, and literary arts.Find out more »
“Easily one of the funniest plays ever written,” raves London’s Guardian about Michael Frayn’s 1982 crowd-pleaser that delights in the mayhem of an English theatrical troupe’s production gone horribly wrong. Flubbed lines, missed cues, slamming doors, lost contact lenses, falling trousers, and sardines—flying sardines—have made Frayn’s play-within-a-play a modern comedy classic.Find out more »
Who keeps the moon shining bright? In this whimsical brand-new American fable, performed spellbindingly by a live indie-folk band, audiences of all ages will be in awe of The Old Man and the Old Moon. Charged with the otherworldly task of making the moon glow nightly, The Old Man embarks on an unexpected epic adventure of land, sea, and sky. In search of his missing wife, this magical swirling tale of love unfolds before your eyes as our hero endures apocalyptic…Find out more »
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