Dystopia can be a good place to demonstrate the kinder side of human nature. Philip Ridley’s play is shocking, violent, and uncomfortable to watch, but also weirdly heartwarming.
View More MERCURY FUR (Brainspunk): The hills are alive with the sound of post-apocalyptic horrorBrainSpunk Theater’s premiere full-stage production will keep you spellbound, stunned, and sickened
View More JEFFREY DAHMER (BrainSpunk): A chilling conversation with a serial killerFrom the mind that created the internationally popular ‘Clive Barker’s Books of Blood’ and the movie ‘Hellraiser’ comes another of Barker’s successes, also known as a play called CRAZYFACE. The downright madness of this three-hour play is performed by a cast of over 30 of the finest members of the local BrainSpunk Theater group.
View More CRAZYFACE (BrainSpunk): Maybe we’re crazyBrainspunk Theater keeps the conversation on race going with a pair of one-acts by Kansas City writer Michelle T. Johnson, WICCANS IN THE HOOD and TRADING RACES: FROM RODNEY KING TO PAULA DEEN.
View More WICCANS IN THE HOOD / TRADING RACES (Brainspunk): Let’s talk about race, babyMia McCullough’s LUCINDA’s BED has a great premise: a monster hiding under a young girl’s bed continues to haunt her into adulthood. The monster (Brendan…
View More  LUCINDA’S BED (Brainspunk Theater): Fringe review