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Spinning Tree presents a return engagement of the hit Off Broadway musical. In this dark comedy, the Saint Cassian High School Chamber Choir boards the Cyclone roller coaster, dying minutes later when the front axle breaks, sending them to their tragic demise. When they awake in a strange purgatory, a mechanical fortune teller invites each to tell the story of a life interrupted with the promise of a prize like no other—a chance for one of them to return to life.
Our 2022 production of RIDE THE CYLONE sold out! Ordering Season Tickets ensures you won't miss out.
Spinning Tree's three artists from our August Young Playwrights Lab - Emma Andrews, Alexandria Radford, and Billie Valdivia, return to see their original theatrical works get the full production treatment!
Professional direction and design - and playwright mentors Sarah Aptilon, Vicki Vodrey, and Victor Wishna - bring their authentic works-in-progress center stage.
Interested in getting a glimpse of the future of playwriting? Check out this evening of diverse, meaningful, and often funny short plays by the next generation of American playwrights.
Spinning Tree has commissioned a new play by Vanessa Severo, the brilliant artist whose "Frida...A Self Portrait" is stunning theatregoers across the country. Rusty Sneary (The Living Room Theatre) directs this touching, funny, and completely original play about and starring teens on the autism spectrum.
RUBIK is a collaboration with Camp Encourage, a Kansas City nonprofit providing meaningful experiences through camp for autistic youth.
The development of RUBIK is supported in part by the Children's Theatre Foundation of America.
Spinning Tree received a special license from Music Theatre International to produce a first-time, Kansas City localized production of the musical based on Studs Terkel's book about American workers.
We're interviewing Kansas City metro area workers, whose stories will be featured in their own words. Songs are by Susan Birkenhead, Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mary Rodgers & James Taylor!
Our productions are at Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center (the former King Louie Bowling Alley & Skating Rink), 8788 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, Kansas, where we are a Resident Theatre Company.