March Theatre

By Diana Morton | March 1, 2024

Forum Theatre, at the Wilke Center, 1st United Methodist Church, 330 N. Broadway. The Full Monty. Inspired by the Chippendale Dancers, six unemployed steelworkers in Buffalo, N.Y., set out to make some quick cash by showing off their “real man” bodies. Ten-time Tony nominee. 8 pm Thu-Sat, 2 pm Sun, now-Mar 10. Tickets $23-$25. 316-618-0444
Don’t Rock the Jukebox: A Boot Scootin’ Boogie Back to the Future. A country music fest of favorite songs from the 1990s including Chattahoochee, Man I Feel Like A Woman, Fancy and more. Audience participation highly recommended. 8 pm Sat, Mar 23 and 2 pm and 7 pm Sun, March 24. 316-618-0444

Mosley Street Melodrama, 234 N. Mosley. Anchorman of Steel by Carol Hughes. Ron Merlot, just hired as KMET’s newest anchorman, is shocked to find that Metropolis is crime-free because of Superman. So, Ron hatches a plan to create some to attract ratings. Followed by a new musical comedy review, Breaking News. Dinner 6:15 pm, show begins 7:50 pm. now-Mar 16. Dinner and show, $36-40. Show only, $26-30. 316-263-0222
Next: Planes, Trains, and Autoimmune Diseases by Scott Noah. Mar 29-May 11.

Roxy’s Downtown, 412 E. Douglas, cabaret-style theatre. Jekyll and Hyde. Musical version of the classic tale of split personalities. 8pm Thu-Sat, 2:00 pm matinee Sat, now-Mar 16. Tickets $40. 316-265-4400

Wichita Community Theatre, 258 N. Fountain. Grand Horizons by Bess Wohl. Fifty years into their marriage, Bill and Nancy want a divorce. While they seem unfazed
by the decision, their two adult sons are shaken to the core. 8 pm Thu-Sat, 2 pm Sun, Mar 14-24. Tickets $14-18. 316-686-1282

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