Kansas City troupe scores ‘Streetcar’ hit

By Sam Smeltzer, The Circuit The Kansas City Actors Theatre presented Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” the past two weekends. This was the first time the show had been produced in the KC area. The play has been well received by the comunity and many have praised the work of Tommy Gorrebeeck and Cinnamon […]

Hollywood has run out of ideas

By Sam Smeltzer, The Circuit. It is often said that “Hollywood has run out of ideas.” It is a fair statement considering all of the reboots and remakes that have come out in the last decade and a half. Often times the newer versions of movies don’t quite work as well, while other times they […]

Streetcar Named Desire review

By Sam Smeltzer, The Circuit. The Kansas City Actors Theatre’s A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams is a show you don’t want to miss. The production runs September 7-25 at the City Stage in Union station. The play has been well received by the community and many have praised the work of Tommy Gorrebeeck […]

Embracing Change

Rosie McShane, The Circuit A recent conversation got me thinking about how I view change. I interviewed an old friend about life after college. Moira Cullings shared a lot of ideas, but one comment really struck me: don’t dwell on change as a negative. “Embrace it as something that is positive and something that’s gonna […]