Journey’s End

by R. C. Sherriff
Directed by Mark Robbins
February 14 – March 2, 2014

Co-Production with UMKC Theatre

John Rensenhouse
Spencer D Christensen
Charles Fugate
Joseph Fornier
Jacob Aaron Cullum
Matt Leonard
Matthew Rapport
Nick Papamihalakis
Logan Black
& Matthew J. Lindblom

Set in the trenches at Saint-Quentin (northern France) in 1918 towards the end of WWI, Journey’s End takes you right into the dugout of a British Army infantry company.  An uncompromising, cleareyed play about war – and not war as it echoes on the home front or in chambers of government, but war as a daily phenomenon for those who fight it.” (Ben Brantley, New York Times). Filled with finely-drawn characters, Journey’s End brings a starkly human perspective in a WWI tale that is not to be missed.

Director – Mark Robbins
Scene Design – Uldarico Sarmiento
Costume Design – Caitlin Tuten
Lighting Design – Devorah Kengmana
Sound Design –  Michael Heuer
Stage Manager – Jim Mitchell

“Journey’s End’ at the World War I Museum offers a glimpse of military – and theatrical – history”
— Robert Trussell, The Kansas City Star  (full review no longer available)

“Journey’s End digs into World War I with grace and wit”
— Liz Cook, The Pitch (full review)

“…no show could deliver a better honed slate of actors.”
— Bob Evans, The Examiner  (full review)