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  • Kansas City, MO
    Est. 1974. Unicorn Theatre enhances the Kansas City community by developing and producing high-quality, thought-provoking plays that have never been seen in the region. We illuminate social issues by shining a light on diversity and inclusive stories which include race, religion and gender identity. Unicorn creates opportunities for the advancement of emerging and established actors, directors, playwrights, designers, technicians and administrative staff.
  • As we begin our 2nd decade as a vibrant arts organization, our mission continues to be uncovering hidden beauty and meaning in Kansas City through music, theatre, art exhibits and collaborative children's arts programming in public libraries and community centers. It is important to us that our arts events are affordable, accessible, and creative. WCA is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization.
  • The mission of the Just Off Broadway Theatre Association is to present a variety of quality performances in the Just Off Broadway venue while providing education to diverse audiences. In fulfilling this mission, JOBTA will actively engage the Kansas City Arts community to develop its knowledge, cooperation and communication. JOBTA remains committed to preserving and enhancing the Just Off Broadway venue.
  • Kansas City, MO
    Kansas City Repertory Theatre, the professional theatre in residence at UMKC, continues its five-decades long tradition of producing works which are compelling, passionate and imaginative.
  • Kansas City, MO
    Students graduating from this program will show mastery of playwriting craft through the creation of a full-length manuscript of plays: a) is structurally sound; b) is polished and complete; c) has a distinct voice and/or vision.
  • Kansas City, MO
    Lillenas Drama exists to provide Christ-centered drama resources of the highest quality for worship, discipleship, outreach, and evangelism. We are committed to providing a myriad of choices for drama ministry with hundreds of downloadable scripts, over 70 sketch collections, 40 plays and play collections, 15 how-to books, and over 60 program builders. Whether you are just starting a drama ministry, or you have an on-going ministry, Lillenas has the resources you need.
  • Kansas City, MO
    The mission of The Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City is to educate and inspire our community by presenting and promoting appreciation for African-American culture through our stories.
  • Kansas City, MO
    Whim Productions, founded by Producing Artistic Director Kevin King in 2011, creates challenging and evocative queer theater. We focus on providing opportunities for LGBTQ+ theater artists to tell their own stories and share the diversity of queer experience with Kansas City audiences.
  • The Coterie is a non-profit organization, established in 1979, with the mission of providing professional classic and contemporary theatre which challenges audience and artist and provides educational, dramatic outreach programs in the community. We seek to open lines of communication between races, sexes, and generations by redefining children’s theatre to include families and diverse audiences.
  • Kansas City Actors Theatre is excited to announce a new project: Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre! Featuring top Kansas City actors in weekly episodes that include an all-new historical drama, “Kansas City: 1924,” by Forrest Attaway, Agatha Christie’s “The Case of the Careless Victim,” “A Murderous Revision” from the Suspense series, the comedy classic “The Bickersons,” by Philip Rapp, and more!