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11 shows found
A Lie of the Mind

Two families are linked by an act of violence in this story that is marked by Sam Shepard’s measured humor, heart, and steady eye in examining humanity’s potential for both compassion and destruction. This play’s first off-Broadway production in 1985 won both the Drama Desk Award and the New York Drama Critic’s Circle Award for Best Play and is generally considered to be among Shepard’s greatest works. Our starry cast of leading local talent will provide a showcase of tour-de-force performances.

Featuring: Forrest Attaway, Hillary Clemens, Merle Moores, Gary Neal Johnson, Brian Paulette, Jan Rogge, Christina Schafer, and Jake Walker.

Prices: $40.00 Adults, $35.00 Seniors 60+, $15.00 Students (college), $25.00 Millennial (under 30)

9/25/2017 To 10/1/2017
Click Clack Boo: A Tricky Treat

Kansas City premier of a brand-new musical based on Doreen Cronin’s latest book in the wildly popular series that began with Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type (performed by TYA last season). It’s Halloween time at Farmer Brown’s farm and the literate farm animals want an old fashioned Holiday Celebration. One problem: Farmer Brown does not like scary things—no haunted house or creepy ghosts for him. But the clever, well-read cows, poultry and pigs create a party more fun than fright with apple-bobbing, costume parades and hilarious musical performances.

Price: General Admission $11
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TYA

10/17/2017 To 11/11/2017
Raggedy Ann & Andy’s Christmas Adventure

Those lovable cotton-stuffed dolls with their bright red yarn hair go on a fearless adventure in the Deep Woods to rescue light, warmth and the spirit of Christmas for the diverse population that lives inside Marcella’s toy chest.

Price: General Admission $11
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TYA

11/28/2017 To 12/30/2017
Sea Marks Preview

A callback of sorts to the classic romance films of the 40’s and 50’s, this romantic comedy examines loving relationships in all their complications. It’s the story of a fisherman from a remote Irish island who falls in love with a woman he’s seen only once. As he attempts to woo her by mail, she falls in love with his words. As these two people from very different worlds meet, they realize they must also reflect on what it is to know who they are and where they belong.

Featuring: Darren Kennedy and Cinnamon Schultz.

Prices: $30.00 General Admission, $15.00 Students (college), $25.00 Millennial (under 30)

1/10/2018 To 1/12/2018
Sea Marks

A callback of sorts to the classic romance films of the 40’s and 50’s, this romantic comedy examines loving relationships in all their complications. It’s the story of a fisherman from a remote Irish island who falls in love with a woman he’s seen only once. As he attempts to woo her by mail, she falls in love with his words. As these two people from very different worlds meet, they realize they must also reflect on what it is to know who they are and where they belong.

Featuring: Darren Kennedy and Cinnamon Schultz.

Prices: $40.00 Adults, $35.00 Seniors 60+, $15.00 Students (college), $25.00 Millennial (under 30)

1/13/2018 To 1/28/2018
The Toughest Kid in the World

A musical play about a boy named TK—short for Tough Kid—his peaceful friend Serena and their brave discoveries about ways to get along in today’s world with love and respect and without violence or bullying.

Price: General Admission $11
Show Times:

TYA

2/1/2018 To 2/7/2018
Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook

One of the funniest and most beloved characters in modern children’s literature, Junie B Jones, comes to life again on the TYA stage. She faces a crisis about Finders Keeper vs. Stealing with her usual spunk and humor.

Price: General Admission $11
Show Times:

TYA

2/13/2018 To 3/24/2018
Goldilocks & the 3 Bears

In this lively, musical version of the beloved folktale, Mama, Papa and Baby Bear lead a very green “ecologically correct” existence until their lives are disrupted by the intruder Goldilocks, a modern show biz kid from the city, and her two upscale and clueless parents. Baby Bear learns how to sing, dance and act from his new human friend and together they bring peace to their feuding families with music and dance.

Price: General Admission $11
Show Times:

TYA

4/10/2018 To 5/12/2018
Skylight Preview

Abandoned love and clashing social views collide with wit and wisdom when an older, successful restaurateur comes to visit his much younger former mistress, a schoolteacher in a poor London neighborhood. Over the course of the evening (and the on-stage preparation of an actual meal), they revisit what brought them together and pushed them apart in this love affair that, strangely enough, reflects our world today. One of David Hare’s finer works, Skylight has won both the Olivier Award for best play and a Tony Award for Best Revival.

Featuring: Katie Karel, John Rensenhouse, and Charlie Spillers.

Prices: $30.00 General Admission, $15.00 Students (college), $25.00 Millennial (under 30)

5/23/2018 To 5/25/2018
Skylight

Abandoned love and clashing social views collide with wit and wisdom when an older, successful restaurateur comes to visit his much younger former mistress, a schoolteacher in a poor London neighborhood. Over the course of the evening (and the on-stage preparation of an actual meal), they revisit what brought them together and pushed them apart in this love affair that, strangely enough, reflects our world today. One of David Hare’s finer works, Skylight has won both the Olivier Award for best play and a Tony Award for Best Revival.

Featuring: Katie Karel, John Rensenhouse, and Charlie Spillers.

Prices: $40.00 Adults, $35.00 Seniors 60+, $15.00 Students (college), $25.00 Millennial (under 30)

5/26/2018 To 6/10/2018
Peter Pan

This classic adventure begins in the quiet home of the Darling children and ends up in Neverland with Peter Pan, Tinkerbell and a happy gang of boys and girls who never grow up. Danger, romance, magic and beauty appear and disappear like phantoms in a dream. Will these lost children stay lost or will they find the courage to grow up? J.M. Barrie created the character Peter Pan in a novel in 1902 and later a stage play titled Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, which premiered in London in 1904.

Price: General Admission $11
Show Times:

TYA

6/19/2018 To 7/7/2018

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