BWW Feature: KANSAS CITY OFFERS SPECIAL GIFTS FOR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE ON VALENTINE'S DAY

BWW Feature: KANSAS CITY OFFERS SPECIAL GIFTS FOR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE ON VALENTINE'S DAYE

Valentine's Day is just over a week away, and it's time to make plans for that special someone. A box of chocolates can make a good gift, but not very creative. You can send an expensive dozen roses, but after a few days they wilt and become are thrown away. Or you can give a gift that instead of becoming trash becomes a wonderful memory, tickets to live theatre.

Several options are available for those who wish to take their special person for a night that will be remembered:

  • Quality Hill Playhouse, 303 W. 10th continues their series Broadway And All That Jazz with THE SONGBOOK OF THE 40'S. The show stars J. Kent Barnhart, Lauren Braton, Samantha Agron, Sarah LaBarr, and Robert Erik Sobbe. Purchase tickets online at www.qualityhillplayhouse.com.
  • NOMAD MOTEL continues at The Unicorn Theatre, 3828 Main, through February 17th. This is a coming-of-age tale about kids without permanent homes making something out of nothing. The cast includes Walter Coppage, Heidi Van, Eric Palmquist, Annie Schwaner, and Justin Barron. Purchase tickets online at www.unicorntheatre.org.
  • The White Theatre, 5801 W. 115th, presents CABARET through February 17th. The musical set Berlin 1931 focuses on nightlife at the Kit Kat Klub and revolves around American writer Cliff Bradshaw and Sally Bowles a cabaret performer. The play stars Arthur Clifford, Jennifer Renfrow, John Edmonds, Ron Meyer, Pam Sollars, Lindsay Day, Ray Zarr, and John Ras. Purchase tickets online at www.thejkc.org.
  • Olathe Community Theatre, 500 E. Loula in Olathe, presents SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, a musical study of artist Georges Seurat and his painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. The play features Joel Morrison as George Seurat and Marie-Victoria Strafuss as Dot. Purchase tickets online at www.olathetheatre.org. The theatre is closed on Valentine's Day but opens for the weekend following.
  • The New Dinner Theatre, 9229 Foster in Overland Park, features Richard Karn, from the smash hit television show Home Improvement, in SHEAR MADNESS. Tickets include a gourmet dinner buffet and may be purchased online at www.newtheatre.com.

If you are looking to entertain your sweetheart with a wonderful concert try Blake Shelton with The Bellamy Brother, John Anderson, and Trace Adkins with special guest Lauren Alaina at the Sprint Center on Friday following Valentine's Day. Casablanca performs at the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts Valentine's Day through February 16th.

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