Three old church camp friends who once shared a common bond in the faith, and trauma, now share a common bond in their love for each other. The Holy Trinity was developed through KCPublic’s Playwright Residency Program over the course of a year, culminating in this fully staged production.
DIRECTED BY ELIZABETH BETTENDORF BOWMAN
March 11-20, 2022
Charlotte Street Foundation
3333 Wyoming St. Kansas City, MO 64111
GENERAL ADMISSION FREE AT THE DOOR
PURCHASE RESERVED SEATING HERE
Friday, March 11 at 7:30pm –Preview
Saturday, March 12 at 7:30pm –OPENING NIGHT
Sunday, March 13 at 2:30pm –post-show discussion
Thursday, March 17 at 7:30pm
Friday, March 18 at 7:30pm
Saturday, March 19 at 7:30pm*
Sunday, March 20 at 2:30pm
*7pm Community Discussion – “Recognizing, Responding, and Healing: Life After Spiritual Trauma”
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
PRISCA JEBET KENDAGOR is a playwright and producer based in Kansas City, MO. She is the 2020-22 KCPublic Resident Playwright where she has been developing “The Holy Trinity” since 2020. Her works “Stained” and “Family Spouses: A Christmas Story” have previously been featured in KCPublic’s Theatre Lab. Prisca has taught playwriting workshops at the Coterie Theatre and Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City. In 2018 her play “Adulting: A Parody” won Best of Venue at the Kansas City Fringe Festival, and ranked number three on the most attended list at the festival. In 2019 her play “T Money Is Cancelled” was critically acclaimed at the same festival. In the spring of that same year her play “Seven and Ten” was chosen to be part of The Last Frontier New Play Festival in Valdez, AK and her play “The Matriarchy” was received at the Women’s Theatre Festival in Raleigh, NC that same summer. She is a proud member of the Dramatist Guild.
THE PRODUCTION TEAM
Director and Costume Designer
Elizabeth Bettendorf Bowman
Intimacy Coordinator/ COVID Safety Manager
Mackenzie Goodwin Tran
Assistant Stage Manager
CSF Program Manager
Kansas City Public Theatre is committed to the safety of our staff, actors, crew, volunteers and patrons as they participate in and attend our productions during the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to safely begin theater productions, we intend to adhere to the following the guidelines which contain recommendations applicable to our organization in accordance with guidance from local, state, and federal health authorities.
- All artists and staff are required to be fully vaccinated and wear masks at all times.
- Audience members must show proof of full vaccination status and be masked at all times.
- Hand sanitizing stations will be made available to audience members
- No food or beverage items will be made available to audience members.
- Audience capacity will be limited.