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'Broke-ology' at the Rep

An upcoming play at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre studies the art of being broke and staying alive.

By Walt Bodine Show, Feb 4, 2010


In the play Broke-ology at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre (February 21 - March 21, 2010), playwright Nathan Jackson explores the difficulties facing a member of the Kansas City, Kansas community as he struggles with family illness and attending college.

The hero of the play becomes an expert in what he calls "broke-ology" - that is, being broke, but staying alive.

GUESTS: Playwright Nathan Jackson Kyle Hatley, Assistant Artistic Director at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre

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