Monthly Archives: March 2011

REVIEW in KCMetropolis: These “Trousers” need tightening

The musical In Trousers relates a story that falls somewhere between coming-of-age and coming-out-during-a-midlife-crisis. Egads! Theatre Company presented the Kansas City premiere at the Off Center Theatre, a frequent home for edgy, smaller scale productions. Though the lyrics were clever … Continue reading

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No-where-near Philly cheese steak for the NCAA, plus the Rules of Basketball

National Basketball weekend – also known as the NCAA men’s basketball tournament – is something of a religious holiday for my husband.  The first weekend – with its 60 + games, games that happen in simultaneous chunks so that no … Continue reading

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COVER STORY: It’s all Greek

The mad cap staging of The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza left the actors gasping for breath, after an hour-long marathon performance at the Coterie Theatre that covered thousands of years of myth—and the last forty years of pop culture. Following a … Continue reading

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