by Mark Edelman
Dates: October 7-24, 2021
Location: City Stage at Union Station
Director: John Rensenhouse
Victor Raider-Wexler, Vi Tran, Kathleen Warfel & Marisa B. Tejeda
*VACCINE REQUIREMENT: Proof of full vaccination (per CDC definition) is required for admittance into the performance; we will not be accepting negative test results at this time. We will not be making accommodations for children under 12. Masks are also required while inside the theatre. This policy is subject to change as the situation develops.
Have a story you’re itching to tell? Need a creative outlet? Looking to add professional work to your college portfolio or resume? Kansas City Actors Theatre is on a mission to search for young writers to continue our current performance season of Radio Plays with a CASH PRIZE for winners and runners-up! More info on the next round of Amplify will be coming soon!
We are proud to announce an important new direction that Kansas City Actors Theatre is taking to improve representation of black people, indigenous people, and people of color within our institution, on our stages, and behind the scenes, and to promote anti-racist policies and practices as an organization.
Read our complete statement HERE.
Following the public health crisis surrounding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in early March, Kansas City Actors Theatre canceled its remaining run of “St. Nicholas” and postponed all future productions. We thank everyone for all their love and support as we handle the specifics of these delays day-by-day.
At this time, we are planning on returning to the stage with Four Children, a world premiere play, starting October 7th through 24th. All audience members, staff and volunteers are required to be vaccinated. Our full list of COVID-19 Protocols can be found: HERE.
We will be announcing a full return to the stage with Season 18 starting May of 2022. Check back for updates on Season 18.
To support Kansas City Actors Theatre during this “intermission” period, please DONATE.
Thank you for your patience and continued support of Kansas City Actors Theatre.
Artistically managed by a veteran collective of theatre artists, the Kansas City Actors Theatre presents thought-provoking plays that explore, celebrate, and share what it is to be human, with sensitivity, intelligence, and humor. We nurture our local artistic community by employing the finest talents of Kansas City’s diverse professional theatre community, which in turn makes Kansas City a more vibrant, vital place to live and work.
Nearly all income goes to pay the best local actors, designers and technicians, so that the art of theatre can flourish in Kansas City.