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‘Disgraced’ is Smart, Tense and Explosive

Race, religion and money drive the action in Ayad Akhtar’s “Disgraced,” a unique entry in the dinner-party-goes-south genre that descends from Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.” Kansas City audiences have seen Akhtar’s work in “The Who & The What,” an affecting drama about a Pakistani-American family in Atlanta, and “The Invisible Hand,” a […]

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Kansas City Actors Theatre’s ‘A Lie of the Mind’ Showcases Magnificent Performances

Sam Shepard’s plays aren’t easy to do. They walk a fine line between absurdism and naturalism. Within a stage environment rich with physical details, audiences witness bizarre behavior and cryptic revelations. Director Cinnamon Schultz walks that tightrope expertly in Kansas City Actors Theatre’s fine production of “A Lie of the Mind.” She captures exceptional work […]

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