Up Next!


by David Hare
Directed by Darren Sextro
May 23 – June 10, 2018
H&R Block City Stage at Union Station

Katie Karel,
John Rensenhouse,
and Charlie Spillers

Abandoned love and clashing social views collide with wit and wisdom when an older, successful restaurateur comes to visit his much younger former mistress, a schoolteacher in a poor London neighborhood. Over the course of the evening (and the on-stage preparation of an actual meal), they revisit what brought them together and pushed them apart in this love affair that, strangely enough, reflects our world today. One of David Hare’s finer works, Skylight has won both the Olivier Award for best play and a Tony Award for Best Revival.



5/23/2018 - 6/10/2018


Sea Marks

1/10/2018 - 1/28/2018


King Lear

10/13/2017 - 10/22/2017


A Lie of the Mind

9/13/2017 - 10/1/2017


And Then There Were None

8/9/2017 - 8/27/2017

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Sea Marks

by Gardner McKay
Directed by Jan Rogge
January 10 – 28, 2018
H&R Block City Stage at Union Station

Cinnamon Schultz
and Darren Kennedy

Like KCAT’s production of My Old Lady last season, this romantic comedy examines loving relationships in all their complications. It’s the story of a fisherman from a remote Irish island who falls in love with a woman he’s seen only once. As he attempts to woo her by mail, she falls in love with his words. As these two people from very different worlds meet, they realize they must also reflect on what it is to know who they are and where they belong.

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