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SpringShorts! April 27th at 7:00 p.m.
- Liberty Chapel, 15790 Elmwood, Kansas City, MO 64147
- One night only! April 28 at 7:00 p.m.
- Free to the public!
Calvary Theatre Arts students get out of their cages for a night of unpredictable and always memorable theatre! Directed by Calvary theatre students, and cast with CU acting students along with fearless actors from our student body, we bring you a smorgasbord of comedy, tragedy, romance, and action! Back on the menu – our infamous All-You-Can-Chomp $2 concessions!
Check back in February to find out about the scenes being offered!Back to Top
Senior Theatre Capstone: presenting Miss Christy Stone!
Although Christy is still working on the content of her Capstone, loyal Calvary Theatre patrons won’t want to miss this! You’ve watched Christy grow up on our stage, and she’s an accomplished young artist.
Date: Saturday, May 4
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Liberty Chapel, 15790 Elmwood Avenue, KCMO 64147
Past Seasons and Photo Archives…
2005 The Music Man
2007 The Pirates of Penzance
2008 The Miracle Worker
2009 Annie Get Your Gun
Spring, 2010 The Misadventures of Two Gentlemen of Verona
Fall, 2010 The Importance of Being Earnest
Spring, 2011 The King and I
Fall, 2011 Lost in Yonkers
Spring, 2012 Arsenic and Old Lace
Fall, 2012 The Crucible
Spring, 2013 Seussical
Fall, 2013 An Ideal Husband
Fall, 2015 Over the River and through the Woods
SP2016 Things We Couldn’t SayBack to Top
Ashley Beach graduated from Calvary’s theatre department in 2014 and since has had the opportunity to work as a professional stage manager for two productions for a small company in Boulder, CO as well as help out as a production assistant for a two-week new play festival at the Performing Arts Center of downtown Denver. She is still pursuing her dream of starting her own theatre company someday.
Kenneth has transitioned from being a big fish in a little pond to being a little fish in a big pond! After playing such roles as Algernon in Importance of Being Earnest, John Proctor in Crucible, and the Cat in the Hat in Seussical, Kenneth graduated from Calvary in 2013 in our first graduating class of theatre majors. He spent two years as our Technical Director before auditioning for and being accepted to the prestigious Purdue University M.F.A. Actor Training Program to which he received a full ride. Not bad for a farm boy from Illinois!
After graduating from Calvary’s Theatre Arts program in 2015, Paul began work as head editor and videographer of a production company called MTVIDYO. He has also done some acting and dancing in the Kansas City area but has recently had the opportunity to put his dance training to work on both a film and music video as head choreographer. He has continued his dance training and is also pursuing a career through YouTube by developing his channel “TwinSauce” as a creative/daily vlogger.
Karen grew up in rural Illinois and has had a passion for theatre as long as she can remember. She received her bachelors of science in Theatre Arts from Calvary Bible College, now Calvary University, and in the first graduating class of Theatre Arts majors in 2013. Karen and her husband Kaleb, who also happens to be Calvary’s Technical Director, reside in Belton, Missouri with their twin sons who create more theatrics than all of Broadway.
Moriah graduated from Calvary with a Theatre Arts minor. Now she’s works full-time at Calvary University as the Cafe Manager and Title IX Coordinator and but still manages to save some time to do what she loves with Calvary Theatre: stage management and helping Beckie teach choreography, especially tap. She adores seeing as many Broadway style shows in Kansas City theatre as she can possibly fit in.Back to Top