Betty Buckley, Seth Rudetsky, Enron, Drift, Titanic, Children of Eden to Play Kansas City

News   Betty Buckley, Seth Rudetsky, Enron, Drift, Titanic, Children of Eden to Play Kansas City
Tony Award winner and Olivier Award nominee Betty Buckley will join forces with musician-actor-comic Seth Rudetsky on For the Love of Broadway, a concert event that will be held at the Kansas City Music Hall in Kansas City, MO, next month.

Buckley's concert, featuring piano accompaniment by Rudetsky, will be presented April 2 at 8 PM. Tickets, priced $35-$60, are currently available by visiting or by calling (800) 745-3000. A limited number of admissions, priced $75-$100, are also available for a special post-show reception with Buckley; for more information, visit Piane Productions has also announced its 2011-12 theatrical season. The company will present seven regular season productions, as well as two additional off-season productions. Eight of the nine shows will be presented at the Municipal Auditorium Music Hall or the historic Folly Theater.

Productions include Terrence McNally, John Kander and Fred Ebb's Kiss of the Spider Woman - The Musical (beginning May 27 in the Folly Theater); the symphonic U.S. premiere of John Caird and Stephen Schwartz's Children of Eden (beginning July 15 in the Music Hall); the regional premiere of Jeremy Schonfeld's Drift (beginning Sept. 2 in the Folly Theater); Michael John LaChiusa's See What I Wanna See (beginning Oct. 28 at a black box theatre to be announced); Helen Edmundson's Coram Boy, which features a score by Adrian Sutton (beginning Jan. 6, 2012, in the Music Hall); Lucy Prebble's London hit Enron (beginning Feb. 3 in the Music Hall); Peter Stone and Maury Yeston's Titanic the Musical, honoring the 100th anniversary of the ocean-set disaster (beginning April 6 in the Music Hall); David Lindsay-Abaire, Tom Kitt and Amanda Green's High Fidelity (beginning May 25 in the Folly Theater); and the Restoration World Premiere of Kitty's Kisses, which features book by Philip Bartholomae and Otto Harbach, music by Con Conrad and lyrics by Gus Kahn (beginning July 6 in the Folly Theater).

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