New Musical Comedy at The Living Room Theatre!


The Ballad of Lefty & Crabbe premieres at The Living Room Theatre May 24th - June 18th.

The musical comedy returns for a full production following a sold out Fringe Festival run.

KC comedy trio Ben Auxier, Brian Huther, and Seth Macchi of Friend Dog Studios present a joyful and hilariously silly piece of pure entertainment.

Set in the 1920's during the decline of Vaudeville and the rise of Hollywood, The Ballad of Lefty & Crabbe? tracks the journey of an ultra-sharp but down-on-their-luck comedy duo as they navigate the rapidly changing world of entertainment.

This silly and joyous musical comedy opened to packed houses and standing ovations at the 2015 Fringe Festival, and now it returns to The Living Room Theatre as a full length, fully produced show! Penned by Brian Huther, Ben Auxier, and Seth Macchi of Friend Dog Studios, this production features the return of co-stars Macchi and Michael Hudgens, in a world populated by dozens of characters portrayed by versitile ensemble actors Molly Denninghoff, Mike Ott, Ellen Kirk, Brian Huther, Elise Poehling, and Joshua Gleeson.

Directed by Rusty Sneary Music Director Ryan McCall Choreographer Kyra Weinberger

Performing Wednesdays - Sundays May 24 - June 18, 8:00pm* *3:00 matinees Sunday 5/28 and Sunday 6/4 NO SHOW Friday June 2nd General admission $35

Tickets available at The Living Room Theatre 1818 McGee St Kansas City, MO

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