Enjoy world-premiere theatre from the comfort and safety of your living room!
In order to protect the health and safety of their patrons, staff and artists, KCRep was forced to cancel the OriginKC: New Works Festival production runs of Frankenstein: A Ghost Story by Kyle Hatley and Legacy Land by Stacey Rose. But they were able to capture footage of what would have been each production’s opening night, and are offering an on-demand stream of the recordings.
For a limited time, you can enjoy these KCRep productions without leaving your house! Join KCRep online now thru April 15 to watch these shows. Purchasing a passcode only costs $20 per performance, and the proceeds support KCRep during these difficult times. Learn more—and purchase your passcode—by visiting KCRep.org
KCRep has also created a series of virtual talkback conversations with the artists who worked on the shows. Moderated by Artistic Director Stuart Carden, each talkback takes place over Facebook Live. Patrons are able to submit questions and interact digitally with Stuart and the artist.
Catch Stuart’s conversation with Legacy Land playwright Stacey Rose below, and join KCRep on Facebook, Friday, April 10th at 5:30pm for a conversation with Frankenstein: A Ghost Story playwright and actor Kyle Hatley.
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