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KCAT Season 15 Subscriptions 3-Show
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Morning’s at Seven
by Paul Osborn
Dates: May 22 – June 9, 2019
Location: City Stage at Union Station
Director: Dennis Hennessy

A much-loved, but rarely-performed classic, this charming portrait of life in a small mid-western town in 1938 follows a quartet of sisters living near each other and the comic chaos of their lives. Directed by The New Theatre’s Dennis Hennessy, who previously directed “The Gin Game” and “I’m Not Rappaport” for KCAT

Featuring: Deb Bluford, Greg Butell, Krista Eyler, Peggy Friesen, Jeannine Hutchings, Gary Neal Johnson, Merle Moores, Victor Raider-Wexler, and Mark Robbins (Founding Member).

A Doll’s House
by Henrik Ibsen
Dates: August 7 – 25, 2019
Location: City Stage at Union Station
Director: Darren Sextro

A scandal when it was first produced and an almost instant classic, this story of a married woman searching to carve out her own place in the world was way ahead of its time when it premiered in 1879. Still startlingly relevant, this show will be directed by Darren Sextro, who previously directed 2018’s “Skylight”.

Featuring: Hillary Clemens, Todd Lanker, Christina Schafer, Tyler Alan Rowe, Brian Paulette and Carla Noack

“Master Harold” …and the boys
by Athol Fugard
Dates: September 11 – 29, 2019
Location: City Stage at Union Station
Director: Gary Heisserer

Fugard’s semi-autobiographical account of growing up in South Africa during the apartheid era.  A surprising and subtle reflection on how institutional racism and bigotry affects all of those living in it, this production stands to be an unforgettable classic in its own right. This production will be directed by Gary Heisserer and is set to mark the return of a founding member of the company to the KCAT stage.

Featuring: Walter Coppage (Founding Member), Arthur Clifford and Khalif J. Gillett

‘night, Mother
by Marsha Norman
Dates: January 8 – 26, 2020
Location: City Stage at Union Station
Director: Sidonie Garrett

Marsha Norman’s Pulitizer Prize-winning, “’night, Mother” will be directed by Sidonie Garrett of the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. This is a tragic story of a woman driven by life to her breaking point. A harsh reflection on purpose in modern life, the performances and impact of this production will leave an indelible impression.

Featuring: Jan Rogge and Cinnamon Schultz