**AUDITION NOTICE** The Kingfisher Theater presents ROSSUM’S UNIVERSAL ROBOTS (R.U.R.) by Karel Čapek directed by Rachel Dart (racheldart.com) Described by critics as “dark, but not without hope,” this science fiction play from 1920 is the work of literature that originated the term robot. Short for “Rossum’s Universal Robots,” RUR is a story of artificial intelligence, […]

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We had a blast in the run-up to The Devil, the Witch, and the Blacksmith this year! Thank you to everyone who made it possible! Watch the interviews below! And check out this year’s review in   pssst! support great theater in Rochester. donate here! https://www.artful.ly/the-kingfisher-theater-inc/store/donate or contact Kevin to find out how your company can be […]

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**AUDITION NOTICE** The Kingfisher Theater presents The Devil, the Witch, and the Blacksmith by Amy Canfield & Kevin Dedes Adapted from the short story by Nikolai Gogol directed by Kevin Dedes ‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the Ukrainian village of Dikanka, visions of caroling and vodka and love were dancing in everyone’s […]

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**Call For Costume Designer** The Kingfisher Theater is conducting a search for a costume designer for our Winter 2018 production of The Devil, the Witch, and the Blacksmith adapted by Amy Canfield and Kevin Dedes from a short story by Nikolai Gogol. ABOUT THE SHOW: KFT’s annual wintertime tradition returns! Join the escapades of Vakula, […]

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The Kingfisher Theater is three years old! Sometimes it’s hard to believe we’re about to launch our third theatrical season and sometimes it simply feels like an obvious next step, especially when I think of how our entire creative and management team has worked so hard to make it happen. What was once only a […]

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**Call For Theater Director** The Kingfisher Theater is conducting a search for a theater director for our Spring 2018 production of R.U.R. by Karel Čapek. ABOUT THE SHOW: Hailed by critics as a masterpiece, this thought-provoking and highly original thriller was written by Czech writer Karel Čapek in the year 1920. Not only did Čapek […]

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The Kingfisher Theater is proud to present Votes for Women! by Elizabeth Robins When naive and newly-engaged Beatrice discovers the suffering of one in her own social class, her eyes are opened to the vulnerability of women over their lack of representation. While she wants to help effect change, she must also contend with the opinions […]

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