Roxy's Downtown is set to open their upcoming production Dog Sees God this weekend. For those unfamiliar with the title, simply imagine what it would be like if Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang grew up from sweet, innocent childhood adolescence to fully-fledged,juvenile teenagers. Not to be confused with the hit Broadway musical, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, this play definitely sparks a more mature conversation worth having. In an exclusive interview for BroadwayWorld.com, I sat down with the cast of Dog Sees Godat Roxy's Downtown to find out why this show is important to attend.BWW Review: THE KYLE AND MONTE CHRISTMAS MUSICAL 3 at Roxy's Downtown, Wichita's Favorite Duo January 7, 2019
Wichita's most unique theatre is located at 234 N. Mosely Street. Like the street's name, Mosley Street Melodrama is home to some of the best talent Wichita has to offer and presented in true melodramatic style. Now, if you have never been to a Mosley Street production, there are a few things you ought to know. Every time the heroine enters, you sigh. For the hero, you cheer. But if the villain is cunningly conniving, you boo and hiss. The first act is a melodramatic featured presentation while the second half is a musical revue. Filled with inside jokes only a true Wichitan would understand, Will Santa Drink Canada Dry? Or Go Tell it to the Mountie caps off the theatre company's year in true Christmas-comedic fashion. December 26, 2018
There's one thing that Wichita knows and that's theatre. There's no better way to celebrate this celebrated art form than with a classy live radio play version of It's A Wonderful Life - A Live Radio Play, presented by the Wichita Scottish Rite Signature Theatre at the Wichita Center for Performing Arts at 9112 E. Central Avenue. Under the direction of Deb Campbell, the theatre company is now in its 15th season and made up mainly of community-based performers.