Fairy Tales' End to Play Commandry Hall Theatre, 11/16-25

Join the ensemble of Fairy Tales' End as they stir up magic in the historic Commandry Hall Theatre November 16-25.

ONCE there was a boy who grew up, as many of us do, being fascinated by the magic and wonder of fairy tales. UPON entering adulthood, the man felt deceived by these mystical stories after being battered by the harshness of reality. A feeling of betrayal and revenge guides him as he finds himself forced back into the world of those stories. TIME will reveal the blurred lines that form between reality and magic, taking this man on a strange and wonderful journey to FAIRY TALES' END.

Fairy Tales' End will perform in the Commandry Hall Theatre at the Kansas City Masonic Temple (903 Harrison St. Kansas City, MO) This beautiful old theatre has never before been open to the public.

Hailey Jones, the artistic producer of MoJo Invocations, is an orchestrator of theatrical creation, helping concepts grow from a tiny seed into a full-scale production. Most of the time, the process begins with a question. Soon after, a dedicated team of creative beings is crafted to explore that question. From that exploration, a show is born. Every member of the team works together to create all the whimsical aspects of a MoJo production. In the spirit of a true company, all the team members have a hand on the production and technical elements; it is a true ensemble creation from start to finish. These shows would not be possible without their complete and total commitment to the entire adventure.

The talented creative team of Fairy Tales' End includes:
Alex Crash Blouin, Andy Perkins, Coleman Crenshaw, Hailey Jones, J.Will Fritz, Justin Speer, Kevin Coon, Shara Abvabi, Sarah Elise, Susi Krulewic.

Performance Information:
Saturday, November 16th at 9:30p
Monday, November 18th at 7p
Thursday, November 21st at 7p
Friday, November 22nd at 7p
Saturday, November 23rd at 3p/9:30p
Monday, November 25th at 7p

For reservations contact, mojoinvocations@gmail.com or 913-754-6777. Tickets are also available at the door, pay what you can, $5-$50.

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