Theater nerds, this one's for you. "Indecent" chronicles the 1923 Broadway opening of "God of Vengeance," which polarized theatergoers and the public. It also marks departing artistic director Eric Rosen's final directing credit at the Rep.
This production from the Actors Theatre raises an oft-considered moral questions: Can bad people truly change? A political and personal tale, Death and the Maiden will provocatively cap the theater's season.
To the non-metalheads wondering how they know Disturbed: The band's dramatic cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "Sound of Silence" took the world by storm in 2016. The band will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a stadium tour.
The audience sees this tale of class struggles through the eyes of two teenagers. Unicorn will be the third theater in the country to premiere this play, after concurrent openings in Pittsburgh and Atlanta.
Jose Antonio Vargas has a lot to teach in his memoir "Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen." The Pulitzer-winning journalist isn't out to change your mind, though, but to add some depth to the conversation on immigration.
It's a challenge for a production of one of the most-performed ballets ever to stand out. Good thing the Kauffman Center has tapped the Russian National Ballet to dance to Russia's greatest composer, Tchaikovsky.
The Experts in Mystery Entertainment are now performing live, public and private interactive murder mystery dinner shows in Kansas City and surrounding areas throughout Missouri. Join us for a night of intrigue, deception, and delicious food in this comedic thriller!
The Grammy-nominated fusion rock band Gin Blossoms will bring their iconic hits to the Star Pavilion at Ameristar Kansas City on Friday, Jan. 25. Audiences will enjoy Gin Blossom’s performances of their top hits from their five-time platinum-selling breakthrough album, “New Miserable Experience,” including “Until I Fall Away,” “Found Out About You,”...