September Theatre

By Diana Morton | August 31, 2022

Crown Uptown Theatre, 3207 E. Douglas. Calendar Girls, a musical by Gary Barlow; book by Tim Firth. Based on the true story of eleven older women who posed nude for a calendar to raise money for the Leukemia Research Fund. 8 pm Fri, Sat; 2 pm Sun, now-Sept 18. Tickets, dinner & show, $40-45; Show only $25-$30. 316-612-7696

Mosley Street Melodrama, 234 N. Mosley. Revenge of the Beanie Babies. “The Class of ‘92” musical revue follows: Dinner 6:15 pm, show begins 7:50 pm. now-Sept 3. Tickets, dinner & show, $26-$30; Show only $20. 316-263-0222

The Witches of Eastborough. with musical revue following. Dinner 6:15, show begins 7:50 pm. Sept 16-Oct 29. Tickets, dinner & show, $26-$30; Show only $20. 316-263-0222

Kechi Playhouse, 100 E. Kechi Road, The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. Based heavily on Williams’ life and family, the play sky-rocketed the then unknown playwright to fame when it opened on Broadway in 1944. 8 pm Fri–Sat, 2:30 pm Sun, Sept 9-25. Tickets $15-$16. 316-744-2152 

Roxy’s Downtown, 412 E. Douglas, cabaret-style theatre, The Golden Girls. The final episodes starring Tom Frye, Scott Noah, Kyle Vespestad and Monte Wheeler, with Christine Tasheff trying to keep them in line. 2 pm Sat & Sun, 7pm Thur, 8pm Fri-Sat, Sept 9-Oct 7. Tickets $20-$30. 316-265-4400

Wichita Community Theatre, 258 N. Fountain. Our Town by Thornton Wilder. Described by Edward Albee as “the greatest American play ever written,” the play depicts the daily life and townsfolk of Grover’s Corners. 8 pm Th-Sat, 2 pm Sun, Sept 8-18. Tickets $15 or $13 for military/seniors/students. Opening night ticket $11, Sept 8 only. 316-686-1282

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