A fine evening of Shakespeare at the MET

Cymbeline is a very interesting amalgamation of jealousy, treachery, war and romance. Overall it's a very smart production that blends many elements from the well known plays into one entertaining evening of theater.

Lyric Mounts a Worthwhile “Everest”

What is it in us that makes us climb mountains? If there is a place on this world inimically hostile to us, it is the snow-strewn peak of everest. And yet, every year hundreds of people spend tens of thousands of dollars each to put themselves through a grueling physical hell to reach the roof... Continue Reading →

Heartfelt Anne of Green Gables at OCTA

As the days get darker and colder, the Olathe Civic Theatre Association responds to the chilly season by putting its audience in cozy seats for their interpretation of the famous coming-of-age-tale, Anne of Green Gables, directed by Heather Tinker. You’ll certainly feel at home, looking at the early 1900’s styled stage, maybe going to get... Continue Reading →

High Energy Sister Act at the Barn

In its last musical in their current space, The Barn’s Sister Act, directed by Guy Gardner, takes its audience on an energetic, sequin-covered ride, telling the story of a lounge-singer turned nun hiding in a convent to avoid being murdered.

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