EDUCATION

Join Drama Time founder Cynthia Hardeman

and local theatre professionals for a program

that exposes youth, ages 4-12 to theatre

performance and production. Students learn

communication skills and gain increased

confidence in an engaged learning

environment. The next session begins August

27th. Sign Up Now. 

Private sessions available.  Contact Cynthia at

cinthi50@outlook.com for more information.

August 27, 2017
We offer a wide range of classes from beginning to advanced Master classes in theater, television and film performance. What class are you interested in? KCMPT Classes
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KCMPT partners with director Tosin Morhunfola to present a screening of "On Sight" https://www.kcapplauds.net/local- actor-screens-movie-at-just-off- broadway-theatre/

EVENTS

KCMPT joins KCKPL's Stories on the Bus Matt de la Peña reads Last Stop on Market Street https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4i rkUDbaIA

Interested in our Internship program? Email

Linda at linda@kcmeltingpot.com

Internship Programs

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 with our audiences to

join for food and conversation about "every-

thing KCMPT". WE gain valuable feedback

from our community and use it to make

KCMPT better each year.

Wang Dang Doodle

The ladies of Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist

joined us for the first in a series of Fun &

Relaxation classes that are open to the com-

munity.  They renamed the class Sip & Paint! 

Watch this spot for the next class.

Paint and Wine with Cynthia

Outreach

13 MAY

24 JUNE

"Next of Kin"

KCMPT joins Baby E Films to produce

film trailer for the REEL IMAGES

FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE 2017

https://vimeo.com/226175648

Thanks to all who helped make this

years Prom for special needs

individuals and their families a

success.

2017/2018 Meet Lewis J. Morrow, KCMPT's 2017/2018 Playwright in residence Read More.

Outreach

13 MAY

24 JUNE

"Next of Kin"

KCMPT joins Baby E Films to produce

film trailer for the REEL IMAGES

FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE 2017

https://vimeo.com/226175648

Thanks to all of our volunteers, donors,

and co-sponsors who helped make this

year's "Hollywood Night: Prom" event for

our special needs students and their

families a success.  "Prom" is a hallmark

community outreach program for KCMPT

that helps us build more inclusive

communities in Kansas City.

2017/2018 Meet Lewis J. Morrow, KCMPT's 2017/2018 Playwright in residence Read More.

EDUCATION

Join Drama Time founder Cynthia Hardeman

and local theatre professionals for a

program that exposes youth, ages 4-12 to

theatre performance and production.

Students learn communication skills and

gain increased confidence in an engaged

learning environment. The next session

begins August 27th. Sign Up Now. 

Private sessions available.  Contact Cynthia

at cinthi50@outlook.com for more

information.

August 27, 2017
Interested in our Internship program? Email Linda at linda@kcmeltingpot.com Internship Programs We offer a wide range of classes from beginning to advanced Master classes in theater, television and film performance. What class are you interested in? KCMPT Classes
KC MeltingPot Theatre
KCMPT partners with director Tosin Morhunfola to present a screening of "On Sight" https://www.kcapplauds.net/local-actor-screens-movie-at-just-off- broadway-theatre/

EVENTS

KCMPT joins KCKPL's Stories on the Bus Matt de la Peña reads Last Stop on Market Street https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4irkUDbaIA

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 with our audi-

ences to join for food and conversation

about "everything KCMPT". WE gain valu-

able feedback from our community and

use it to make KCMPT better each year.

Wang Dang Doodle
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Plays Written:    Freedom We Fear   One Difference  Be Like Water    Darkness, Light, Water & Fire  Barn Player’s 6x10 Festival 2015ATHE New Works Las Vegas Workshop Finalist 2017Finalist for Detroit New Works Festival 2017Finalist for Orlando Shakes Festival 2017Capital Stage Playwright’s Revolution Finalist MOJOAA Reclamation Festival Selection 2017
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.

13 MAY

Outreach

13 MAY

24 JUNE

"Next of Kin"

KCMPT joins Baby E Films to

produce film trailer for the REEL

IMAGES FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE

2017

https://vimeo.com/226175648

Thanks to all of our volunteers, donors,

and co-sponsors who helped make this

year's "Hollywood Night: Prom" event for

our special needs students and their

families a success.  "Prom" is a hallmark

community outreach program for KCMPT

that helps us build more inclusive

communities in Kansas City.

2017/2018

Meet Lewis J. Morrow,

KCMPT's 2017/2018 Playwright in residence