July Theatre

By Diana Morton | July 1, 2021

Forum Theatre at the Wilke Center, 1st United Methodist Church, 330 N. Broadway. Sh-Boom! Life Could be a Dream. A doo wop trip down memory lane, written and created by Roger Bean. At Springfield High, the Crooning Crabcakes prepare to enter the Big Whopper Radio contest. Trouble comes in the form of Lois who arrives to put some polish on the boys, including lovestruck Wally, nervous Eugene and handsome heartthrob Skip. 8 pm Thu-Sat, 2 pm Sun, July 29-Aug 15. Tickets $23-$25. 316-618-0444

Kechi Playhouse, 100 E. Kechi Road, Office Party. A comedy that may make you cherish your work environment. 8 pm Fri–Sat, 2:30 pm Sun, July 2- Aug 1. Tickets $13-$15. 316-744-2152

Mosley Street Melodrama, 234 N. Mosley. Suburban Cowboy by Carol Hughes followed by The Roy Pickett Country Music Hour Musical Comedy Revue. Dinner 6:15 pm, show begins 7:50 pm. Tickets $24-$34; Show only, $24. Now-July 10. 316-263-0222

Petey’s Playhouse by Carol Hughes with a new Musical Comedy Revue. Dinner 6:15 pm, show begins 7:50 pm. Tickets $24-$34; Show only, $24. July 23-Sept 4. 316-263-0222

Music Theatre Wichita at Capitol Federal Amphitheater in Andover. Red, White, and Broadway: A Star-Studded Tribute to America! Local performers, many with Broadway credits, singing a mix of Broadway and patriotic songs. July 2-4. Tickets starting at $28. 316-265-3107

Roxy’s Downtown, 412 E. Douglas, cabaret-style theatre. Driving Miss Daisy. The Pulitzer Prize and Academy Award winning play/movie is the story of an elderly Southern Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur. Starring Gina Austin and Huron Breaux. Directed by Debra Campbell. 8 pm Th-Sat; 2 pm Sun. July 8-25. Tickets $20-$30. 316-265-4400

Signature Theatre, performance at the Crown Uptown, 3207 E. Douglas, 1776, music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards; book by Peter Stone: Our founding fathers (and mothers) give us dramatic insight into our nation’s formal beginnings. July 1-3, 8 pm. Tickets $21-30, student tickets $10. 316-612-7696

Wichita Community Theatre, 258 N. Fountain. The Wild Women of Winedale by Jessie Jones, Nichola Hope, Jamie Wooten and directed by Leroy Clark. This comedy focuses on three sisters at crossroads in their lives and their frustratingly quirky sister-in-law. 8 pm Wed-Sat. 7 pm Sun, July 29-Aug 8.
Tickets $15 or $13 for military/seniors/students. $12 opening night only. 316-686-1282

Contact Diana Morton at dianamorton12@sbcglobal.net