An exciting re-telling of The Phantom of the Opera, different from the Andrew Lloyd Webber version, but melodic, exciting, and chilling on its own. Very popular with critics and audiences when we debuted it in 1993.
Hilarious and colorful, with a sensationally tuneful and funny score by Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer, this comic version of “The Princess and the Pea” is full of raucous humor and lively musical numbers.
This quintessential Broadway story (last presented by MTW in 1989) uses blazing theatricality and dazzling choreography to explore the dreams we all share, and the rejection we all fear, in our jobs and in our lives. A singular smash hit! Rated R for adult themes and language
The zany world of Dr. Seuss meets the supremely talented musical theatre team that created Ragtime. A family-friendly romp that adults will also enjoy, this fun show presents a great adventure for “Horton the Elephant” and “The Cat in the Hat.”
MTW again partners with the Disney Company to present a spectacular Broadway show. With exciting songs by Elton John and Tim Rice, Aida is a visually stunning and dramatically compelling evening of contemporary musical theatre.
Cassie Austin is delighted to be joining MTWichita for the first time ever! A Libertyville, IL native and sophomore in the BFA Musical Theatre program at Brigham Young University in Utah, she is ecstatic about being back in the Midwest. Favorite Credits include Valentine de Villefort in the U.S. Premiere of Frank Wildhorn's The Count of Monte Cristo (BYU), Katy in the NYMTF-bound new musical Single Wide (BYU), Brooke in Legally Blonde, and Cassie in A Chorus Line. Much thanks to Mom and Dad as well as her amazing teachers, friends and family for all of their love and support, and to Music Theatre Wichita for this amazing opportunity!
"Q" is Beyond Thrilled to return to MTWichita after appearing in Catch Me If You Can and 42nd Street last summer. Though based in California, Wichita has always felt like home! Regional credits include: Young Frankenstein (Sasha), 42nd Street (Oscar), White Christmas (Scooter), Chorus Line, Gypsy (Yonkers), Ragtime (Little Boy –IETLAward), Oliver! (Oliver), Full Monty (Nathan), On Your Toes (Young Junior). Q is pursuing a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts in Musical Theatre at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Heartfelt Thanks to Mom, Dad, and Mollie Rae for your unending love, support and encouragement! Much love and gratitude to Wayne, Nancy, and Josh for this Incredibly Awesome opportunity! Q thanks God for Abundant Blessings!