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Kelly Luck

Kelly has been writing for theatre since she first came to Kansas City in 2011. She's a lifelong theater lover, and has written for several local and online publications. She still lives in Kansas City with a cat and a several rooms full of books.




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BWW Review: LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR at KC Lyric Opera PhotoBWW Review: LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR at KC Lyric Opera
Posted: Mar. 8, 2020


BWW Review: LA BOHÈME at KC Lyric Opera PhotoBWW Review: LA BOHÈME at KC Lyric Opera
Posted: Nov. 10, 2019


BWW Review: SWAN LAKE at KC Ballet PhotoBWW Review: SWAN LAKE at KC Ballet
Posted: Feb. 15, 2020


BWW Review: FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE / WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF  PhotoBWW Review: FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE / WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF at KC Rep
Posted: Oct. 27, 2019


BWW Review: WHEN THERE ARE NINE at KC Lyric Opera PhotoBWW Review: WHEN THERE ARE NINE at KC Lyric Opera
Posted: Jan. 20, 2020


BWW Review: LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR at KC Lyric Opera
March 8, 2020

KC Lyric's production a bel canto treat

BWW Review: SWAN LAKE at KC Ballet
February 15, 2020

Carney returns SWAN LAKE with a few new touches of his own.

BWW Review: WHEN THERE ARE NINE at KC Lyric Opera
January 20, 2020

'And Still We Dream' song cycle carries most of the weight of this rather thin production.

BWW Review: LA BOHÈME at KC Lyric Opera
November 10, 2019

KC Lyric's La Bohème revives the 2014 production with a lighter tone.

BWW Review: FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE / WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF at KC Rep
October 27, 2019

Powerful words, bravely spoken, make for a superb production.

BWW Review: CARMINA BURANA at KC Ballet
October 12, 2019

KC Ballet's 2019-20 season premiere features humor, color, and magical images

BWW Review: NEW DANCE PARTNERS at Carlsen Center
September 28, 2019

Four works comissioned by JCCC's Carlsen Center present very different ideas of dance.

BWW Review: HELLO, DOLLY at Starlight Theatre
September 27, 2019

Carolee Carmello becomes the latest to headilne in touring company of Hello, Dolly revival

Carol Vaness to Hold Free Masterclass at KC Lyric Opera, October 5th
September 27, 2019

Soprano Carol Vaness to have free masterclass at KC Lyric Opera on October 5th

BWW Review: THE ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO at KC Lyric Opera
September 22, 2019

KC Lyric's 'Seraglio' delivers a fun production, despite the subject matter.

BWW Review: 'MASTER HAROLD' ... AND THE BOYS at KC Actors Theatre
September 15, 2019

Athol Fugard's semi-autobiographical play seeks to 'exorcise' the demons of his upbringing.

BWW Review: A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER at Faust Theater
June 25, 2019

The musical offshoot of 'Kind Hears and Coronets is clever and thoroughly entertaining.

BWW Review: THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME at Barn Players
May 27, 2019

The Barn Players bring Mark Haddon's novel to life on the Arts Asylum stage

BWW Review: THARP, PARSONS, FORSYTHE at KC Ballet
May 11, 2019

The KC Ballet ends its 2018-19 season with an evening of firsts.

BWW Review: GRAND HOTEL at Barn Players
April 29, 2019

The Barn Players present the Tony Award-winning musical at the Arts Asylum

BWW Review: THE PEARL FISHERS at KC Lyric Opera
April 28, 2019

The 2004 San Diego Opera production of Bizet's 'Pearl Fishers' marks a visually striking end to the season.

BWW Review: PENELOPE at KC Lyric Opera
March 31, 2019

The Lyric's performance of 'Penelope' an unflinching look at the human cost of war, and the difficulty in truly coming home.

BWW Review: NEW MOVES 2019 at Kansas City Ballet
March 30, 2019

The 2019 New Moves show of the Kansas City Ballet once again brings us an impressive display of works by new and emerging choreographers.

BWW Review: COSI FAN TUTTE at KC Lyric Opera
March 17, 2019

Kansas City Lyric Opera's 2018-2019 season continues with a production of Mozart's comic opera.

BWW Review: DISASTER! THE MUSICAL at Summit Theatre Group
March 8, 2019

'Disaster!' combines the ensemble of a typical Irwen Allen moviefrom the 70s with the hits (and misses) of the disco era.



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