Tag - kcart

Kansas City: 1924 – Frigidus in Terra

Revenge is served cold with the closing of “Kansas City: 1924” in the final episode, “Frigidus in Terra.” Fate trades life for life and future for future as a brutal winter descends on the city and its denizens look forward to the world to come. Featuring Matt Schwader, Scott Cordes,...

Read more...

Kansas City: 1924 – The Reckoning

Revelation and retribution arrive in “The Reckoning,” episode 11 of “Kansas City: 1924.” Vincent’s true nature is finally revealed and a tragedy of Shakespearean proportions is set into motion. Don’t miss this stirring preparation for the stunning conclusion of “Kansas City: 1924.” Featuring Matt Schwader, Jan Rogge, Ellen Kirk, Scott...

Read more...

Kansas City: 1924 – Doppelganger

In “Doppelganger,” the 10th episode of “Kansas City: 1924,” a bold plan is carried out to bring an end to further bloodshed in the cross-town war, but there’s no guarantee – or even faith – that it will work. Meanwhile, shocking revelations come to light and a heartbreaking confrontation...

Read more...

Sorry, Wrong Number (from Suspense)

A bedridden woman listens in on a crossed-wire call, only to get drawn into a mystery deeper than she could have possibly expected. “Sorry, Wrong Number,” is a fun, twist-filled yarn that Orson Welles once referred to as ‘the greatest radio script ever written.’ Featuring Hillary Clemens, Matt Rapport, Jerry...

Read more...

Love, Honor, or Murder (From “Suspense”)

Opportunity knocks when a cabbie’s fare leaves something behind in his taxi, but how far is he willing to go to answer the call? Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre presents the twists and turns of the classic “Suspense” story “Love, Honor, or Murder.” Featuring Cathy Barnett, David Fritts, Marc Liby,...

Read more...

Comediennes (A KCART Original)

When two performers start chatting during the intermission break of their improv set, they end up getting a lot more personal about comedy than they expected. Written by KC's own Tosin Morohunfola, the radio play “Comediennes” draws from some of his back-stage experiences with improvisers from across the country. Featuring...

Read more...