Producer Name/Organizers: Kansas City Actors Theatre Event Hall: Spencer Theatre 4949 Cherry St Running Time: TBD…. # of Intermissions: 1 Classify Content: Enjoyed by Middle School age and older Short Description: Commissions: CTO Per Order: none WEB Event Per Order: $ 4.00 Emergency Phone for Event Time: U.S 816-460-2020 Contact Name & Number for Patron Concerns: Matt Sameck firstname.lastname@example.org Phone number for customer concerns 816-361-5228 (KCAT) Special Notations: Free Parking– use Cherry St Parking Garage Level 5 or 6
Dracula (October, 2018 @ The Spencer Theater) Fri 12 7:30 pm Sat 13 2:00 pm 7:30 pm Sun 14 2:00 pm Mon 15 7:30 pm Wed 17 7:30 pm (Opening) Thu 18 7:30 pm Fri 19 7:30 pm Sat 20 2:00 pm 7:30 pm Sun 21 2:00 pm
The Caribbean-influenced musical folktale tells the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl who falls in love with the well-born Daniel and is aided by the gods and goddesses of earth, water and love in her quest to be with him. A rousing song-and-dance celebration of the power of love, storytelling and the strength of the human spirit. Book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and music by Stephen Flaherty.
Join us for an evening of fun : A Cabaret Fundraiser Featuring Kansas City Youth & Spinning Tree Alum.Including the Presentation of the 2018 Spinning Tree Theatre Guild Scholarship.Includes Delicious food by The Acting Chef.
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