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Did you know that our cast party is open to everyone attending the show that night at no extra charge? The party was named the “Wang Dang Doodle” by KCMPT donor Tina Martin. This community event allows our cast and crew to bond eith our audiences to join for food and converstaion about “everything KCMPT”. We gain valuable feedback from our community and use it to make KCMPT better each year.
I began writing earlier than I can remember. I would write birthday, mother and father’s day cards instead of buying them. Creative writing was my favorite time of day in school – even more so than recess or gym. Writing was something I did every spare moment. However, getting involved in sports, going to college, becoming preoccupied with work, and starting a family, writing was something I found less and less time for. After seeing a local play in 2011, I began writing again--more often than ever before. I saw every play I could and reading everything I could get my hands on from W.E.B. Dubois' The Souls of Black Folk and The Autobiography of Malcolm X to Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar. My intent as a playwright is to create stories and characters that reflect overlooked perspectives and problems in our society that, hopefully, force people to ask questions that may lead to resolutions.