Music Theatre of Wichita just wrapped up its 39th season with a smash production of Curtains. With a cast including both Wichita natives and Broadway veterans, this larger-than-life, multi-layered musical extravaganza left Wichita audiences with a colorful, lively final note to its season full of Broadway classics, including Gypsy and Annie. Year after year, Music Theatre of Wichita provides high-level entertainment by bringing the best of Broadway to Kansas, including TRW’s All Shook Up.
Featured in the cast were Larry Raben, who played Leo in The Producers on Broadway, and Darcie Roberts and Paula Legget Chase, both of the original Broadway cast of Curtains. Not only does Music Theatre of Wichita bring performers of this caliber to their own shows, but they’ve bred some of the most talented stars on Broadway today, including Kelli O’Hara, Matt Bogart, and Kristin Chenowith.
To read a review of Musical Theatre of Wichita’s fantastic production, click here.
Although this production has already closed, there are many new productions coming up:
August 5-August 14 – New Beat Theatre Company, Parkville, Victoria, Australia
August 6-August 15 – Quad City Music Guild, Sherrard, IL
August 6-August 15 – Newton Country Players, Norwood, MA
August 11-August 22 – Northern Star Theatre Company, Rice Lake, WI
August 12-August 21 – Fine Thyme Theatre Company, Comwell, New Zealand
August 13-August 21 – QNEK Productions, Newport, VT
August 20-August 22 – Shooting Star Theatre Company, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
August 27-September 4 – Corn Stock Theatre, Peoria, IL
September 4-September 11 – NASDA, Christchurch, New Zealand
September 7-October 24 – Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
September 9-October 3 – Ocala Civic Theatre, Ocala, FL
September 11-October 17 – Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, Simi Valley, CA
September 16-September 26 – Strauss Theatre Center, Monroe, LA
September 17-October 3 – Rivertown Repertory Theatre, Kenner, LA
September 30-October 3 – Verona Area High School, Verona, WI
September 30-October 9 – Henderson County Performing Arts Center, Athens, TX