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The rich get richer, but, can the poor afford to get poorer? When Wall Street was desperate to survive in 2008, they threatened, and we gave them “trillions,” no questions asked.  Now, Wall Street is alive and prospering. Yet, there are other streets in America, now threatening.  So, what will we give them?
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Ellington DeCloud is all but hopeless. Sick and tired of watching Black people die, he organizes a re- segregation movement to take one thousand Black people to a remote place where they can live in peace. What Ellington cannot predict is that the biggest challenge isn't others trying to stop them; it's figuring out how to do it together.
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You can contribute to KCMPT on many levels.  Help support KC MeltingPot Theatre.
$100 - $200  Walk on $201 - $400  Understudy $401 - $600  Supporting $601 - $999  Lead $1000 - $4999  Stage Manager $5000 - $9999  Director $10,000+  Producer
Drama Time $90  Star $75  Mentor $65 Meal
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This two-woman show with rapid-fire comic vignettes explores the lives of thirty-something African American middle-class women in urban America as they search for love, clothes, and dignity in a world that fails to recognize them amongst a parade of stereotypical images. SBF 1, an English literature professor, and SBF 2, a corporate lawyer, keep each other balanced as they face their fears of rejection, hopes for romance, and reminisce about black girlhood wounds.  After reviewing their escapades in past relationships and confessing their own mounting anxieties about commitment and the possibility of motherhood, the pair realizes their best chance at love may be found closer than they ever imagined.
Kenyatta Shakur is alone. His wife has died, and now, this former Black Revolutionary and political prisoner is desperate to reconnect with his estranged daughter Nina. If Kenyatta truly wants to reconcile his past, he must first conquer his most challenging revolution of all - fatherhood. Sunset Baby is an energized, vibrant and witty look at the point where the personal and political collide.
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The rich get richer, but, can the poor afford to get poorer? When Wall Street was desperate to survive in 2008, they threatened, and we gave them “trillions,” no questions asked.  Now, Wall Street is alive and prospering. Yet, there are other streets in America, now threatening.  So, what will we give them?
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Ellington DeCloud is all but hopeless. Sick and tired of watching Black people die, he organizes a re-segregation movement to take one thousand Black people to a remote place where they can live in peace. What Ellington cannot predict is that the biggest challenge isn't others trying to stop them; it's figuring out how to do it together.
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KC MeltingPot Theatre

DONATIONS

You can contribute to KCMPT on many levels.  Help support KC MeltingPot Theatre.
$100 - $200  Walk on $201 - $400  Understudy $401 - $600  Supporting $601 - $999  Lead $1000 - $4999  Stage Manager $5000 - $9999  Director $10,000+  Producer
Drama Time $90  Star $75  Mentor $65 Meal
Thursday night performances Tickets are discounted to $15.00.    Community Night Donate Donate KCMelting Pot TheatreAll Rights ReservedMade by WebDebSites
Kenyatta Shakur is alone. His wife has died, and now, this former Black Revolutionary and political prisoner is desperate to reconnect with his estranged daughter Nina. If Kenyatta truly wants to reconcile his past, he must first conquer his most challenging revolution of all - fatherhood. Sunset Baby is an energized, vibrant and witty look at the point where the personal and political collide.
This two-woman show with rapid- fire comic vignettes explores the lives of thirty-something African American middle-class women in urban America as they search for love, clothes, and dignity in a world that fails to recognize them amongst a parade of stereotypical images. SBF 1, an English literature professor, and SBF 2, a corporate lawyer, keep each other balanced as they face their fears of rejection, hopes for romance, and reminisce about black girlhood wounds.  After reviewing their escapades in past relationships and confessing their own mounting anxieties about commitment and the possibility of motherhood, the pair realizes their best chance at love may be found closer than they ever imagined.