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Mousetrap Runs Feb 29, March 1-3

Current Theatre Productions

2023-2024  Productions

Current Production

The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie


February 29 March 1 & 2 @ 7:30 pm

March 3 @ 2:30 pm

 

Directed by Cinnamon Schultz Paulette

 

The Mousetrap is one of Agatha Christie best loved and longest running work and the longest running Westend Production.

Agatha Christie is well known for her whodunnit mysteries and this is no exception.

This is the story of seven strangers that are snowed in a guesthouse in London only to find later that one of them is a murderer. Who is it? You'll have to join us to see.

 

Audience Advisory: Murder

 

Adults $12. Advance $14 at door

Non KCKCC Student $7. Advance $9. At door

KCKCC Faculty Staff and all Seniors (60) $5. Advance $7. At door

KCKCC Students Free Advance $3. At door

 Tickets available at kckcctheatre.com

Upcoming Productions

KCKCC Drama Club Presents: Proof by David Auburn


 

November 9, 10 & 11 @ 7:30 pm

November 12 @ 2:30 pm

 

Directed by Henry Morgan

 

This story is about the recently deceased genius Mathematics professor from University of Chicago and his daughter Catherine who struggles to reconcile issues of authorship of scholarly work that is discovered that will shift proof of Prime Numbers that was found in his office. Catherine has cared for Robert through his mental illness and it has brought up her own possible future of mental illness.

 

Audience Advisory: Mental illness, adult language and situations.

 

Adults $12. Advance $14 at door

Non KCKCC Student $7. Advance $9. At door

KCKCC Faculty Staff and all Seniors (60) $5. Advance $7. At door

KCKCC Students Free Advance $3. At door

Tickets available at kckcctheatre.com

Previous Productions

Ride the Cyclone by Jacob Richmond & Brooke Maxwell


October 5 - 7 at 7:30 pm 

October 8 at 2:30 pm

 

Directed by Cinnamon Schultz Paulette

Musical Direction by Anthony Edwards

Ride the Cyclone is a musical with music, lyrics and book by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell that is based on one of the installments from Richmond's "Uranium Teen Scream Trilogy". This musical takes place in an amusement park  world I n Uranium City, a northern settlement in  Saskatchewan, Canada. The story is sweet, funny and tragic all at the same time. Join us for one last ride on the Cyclone.

 

Audience Advisory: Themes of tragedy, sexuality, sexual situations and adult language.

 

Adults $12. Advance $14 at door

Non KCKCC Student $7. Advance $9. At door

KCKCC Faculty Staff and all Seniors (60) $5. Advance $7. At door

KCKCC Students Free Advance $3. At door

Tickets available at kckcctheatre.com

KCKCCC Drama Club Presents: Private Lives by Noel Coward


April 18, 19 & 20 @ 7:30 pm

April 21 @ 2:30 pm.

 

Directed by Zachary Stoddard

This 1930 quite funny comedy of manners is masterfully written my Noel Coward. The story is about 2 divorced couples who, unknown to each, are staying in adjacent hotel rooms on their respective honeymoons. As the story unfolds, though tumultuous as their relationships were maybe they still have feeling's for their ex's .

 

Audience Advisory: Adult Sexual Situations, Divorce

 

Adults $12. Advance $14 at door

Non KCKCC Student $7. Advance $9. At door

KCKCC Faculty Staff and all Seniors (60) $5. Advance $7. At door

KCKCC Students Free Advance $3. At door

Tickets available at kckcctheatre.com

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