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WEB EXTRA: An Interview with James Still

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James Still

Two very different venues - an edgy theatre company and a local high school - are presenting the works of James Still. Still is a renowned playwright who also writes for children's television and feature films. KCUR's Steve Walker talked to Still about his Kansas roots and the appeal of his stories to a wide audience. By Steve Walker

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Kansas City, MO – Two very different venues - an edgy theatre company and a local high school - are presenting the works of James Still. Still is a renowned playwright who also writes for children's television and feature films. his Kansas roots and the appeal of his stories to a wide audience.

Unicorn Theatre presents Iron Kisses, April 27 - May 20 (previews April 25 and 26).

Olathe South High School presents Secret History of the Future April 26 - 28, 7:30 pm.

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