August Theatre

By Diana Morton | July 31, 2023

Kechi Playhouse, 100 E. Kechi Road, Will You Still Love Me in the Morning? by Jan Clements and Dennis Spooner. Jeremy and Celia return a week early from their unsuccessful honeymoon to find that both of Jeremy’s partners have accepted his offer to stay in his house while he is away. The only problem is that they have each brought the other’s wife with them. 8 pm Fri–Sat, 2:30 pm Sun, Aug 4-27. Tickets $15-16. 316-744-2152

Mosley Street Melodrama, 234 N. Mosley. Fresh Prince of Bel Plaine by Carol Hughes. Billy has been hired by his Uncle Carl to find out why all the money from his business has been vanishing, with family members among the prime suspects. A new musical comedy revue follows. Dinner 6:15 pm, show begins 7:50 pm. Now-Sept 2. Tickets, dinner & show $26-$30; Show only $20. 316-263-0222  

Music Theatre Wichita, Century II Concert Hall, Ragtime. Classic Broadway musical follows the intersecting paths of three families. Patrons must be 5 and older. Aug 16-20. Tickets, call 316-265-3107 

Roxy’s Downtown, 412 E. Douglas, cabaret-style theatre, The Last Five Years. An intimate musical about two New Yorkers who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. The show’s unconventional structure dictates the two characters only meet once, at their wedding, in the middle of the show. 8pm Fri-Sat, Aug 17-Sept 2. Tickets $20-$30. 316-265-4400

Wichita Community Theatre, 258 N. Fountain. Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling and directed by John Dalton-White. The action is set in Truvy’s beauty salon where the outspoken Truvy dispenses shampoos and free advice to characters tested and ultimately bonded by a tragedy. 8 pm Th-Sat and 2 pm Sun, Now-Aug 6. Tickets $15 or $13 for military/seniors/students. Opening night ticket $11, July 27 only. 316-686-1282.