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KC Repertory Theatre

Kansas City’s premier professional repertory theater presents classic and cutting-edge drama both at the Spencer Theatre and the new Copaken Stage in a season that runs from September through May. Upcoming: “Saved,” a new musical based on the popular movie, Spencer Theatre (Sept. 10-Oct. 3, 2010); “Harriet Jacobs,” adapted from “Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl,” Copaken Stage (Oct. 22-Nov. 21, 2010); the 30th anniversary production of “A Christmas Carol,” Spencer Theatre (Nov. 19-Dec. 26, 2010); “Another American: Asking and Telling,” an examination of the “don’t-ask, don’t-tell” policy, by Marc Wolff, Spencer Theatre (Jan. 14-Feb. 6, 2011); “Circle Mirror Transformation,” Annie Baker’s hilarious new comedy, Copaken Stage (Feb. 18-March 20, 2011); “Cabaret,” Kander and Ebb’s unflinching look at the underbelly of 1931 Berlin, Spencer Theatre (March 18-April 10, 2011); “Peer Gynt,” a wild and funny adaptation of Ibsen’s sprawling masterpiece, Copaken Stage (April 22-May 22, 2011).

www.kcrep.org. Spencer Theatre, 4949 Cherry St., 816.235.2700.; Copaken Stage, 1 H&R Block Way, in the Power & Light District.