Due to inclement weather, all daytime in-person programs have been canceled for Thursday, Feb. 9 at each of our locations and the cafe and bookstore at the Leawood location are closed until 5 pm. Evening programs will be held, as scheduled.
There is no 5 pm evening worship at the Leawood location.
A Raisin in the Sun was the first play written by a Black woman to be produced on Broadway. The play, by Lorraine Hansberry, tells the story of a South Chicago Black family’s experiences as they attempt to improve their financial circumstances with an insurance payout following the death of their father. This heartfelt play deals with continued relevant issues such as housing discrimination, assimilation, generational divides, and racism. The ARJ block of discount tickets for the Sunday, March 19 matinee performance has sold out. You can still join us by purchasing regular priced tickets at the Kansas City Black Repertory Theatre HERE or the White Theatre at The J Box Office at 913-327-8054 or firstname.lastname@example.org.