KCMPT COVID Guidelines
We have updated our COVID-19 guidelines as follows:
Properly worn masks are still required for everyone inside the theatre building except for performers during the performance. Masks will be available for anyone who forgets to bring one.
Printed tickets or receipts for tickets purchased in advance will not be necessary for entrance to performances. You will just need to check in when you arrive. We still encourage advance ticket purchases or utilizing the scannable link in the lobby to purchase seats.
We will not be providing printed programs. Digital programs will be available, and the link will be emailed and posted online prior to the production. Additionally, the scannable link will be available in the lobby.
To create a public sphere where the theatrical contributions of emerging and established African Americans playwrights can be shared in an enriching community environment.
To make diverse, equitable, and inclusive theater experiences that teach, critique, and model a better America.To continue to identify, train, and incubate performing artists, directors, and technicians from historically underserved communities by offering opportunities to work in professional theater.
To partner and collaborate with intersectional artists across the diversity spectrum who create work that is dedicated to social change.
Ebonee Grace W.
Director of Education & Outreach
Nicole Hodges Persley
Pete Browne & Julie Walker Browne
Brian & Karen Cushenberry
Ted Garcia & Leticia-Zarate Garcia
Sarah & Jim Weitzel
Bill & Antoinette Madeira
Ruthe & Galen Workcuff
Linda and Peter Levin
Don & Pat Dagenais
Sherri & Jesse Mosley
John and Fiona Schaeffer
Lynette Sparkman Barnes and Steven Barnes