If you like
musicals - you'll love MTH!
We are a professional
theater company whose concert-style productions bring alive
the American Musical like never before (read below). The
quality of the performers are top-rate, and the sound is outstanding.
have comfortable, oversized, movie theater-style seats where
you can enjoy a show up-close and from no further than 7 rows
from the stage. Audiences
love it! And
we have a full bar and FREE parking. We
are confident that you will enjoy your visit...so much that
you will happily refer MTH to your friends!
We are confident you will love what we do. Try us just ONE TIME
and if you are not completely satisfied we will happily give you your
"Best Production of the Year" Big River, The Johson County Sun, 2009
"Best Musical Performance" Nathan Granner, Lerner & Loewe, The Pitch, 2009
"Best Musical Revival in KC" 1776, The Pitch, 2010
"Editor's Top Pick" A Spectacular Christmas, KC Metropolis, 2011
"Editor's Top Pick" Sweeney Todd, KC Metropolis, 2012
"Best of KC" Sweeney
Todd, The Pitch, 2012
are the productions at?
of our productions
are at the 240-seat, Off Center Theatre
at Crown Center
in Kansas City. But you should also check out our "Parlor
Series" productions too, which are
in the MTH 'parlor' at our offices in the Crossroads Arts District
in Kansas City.
Mondays The Parlor
Series Sunday in the
Park... Hello, Dolly! Spect.Christmas
Todd The Music Man A
2011 Gypsy Evita A
Me Kate 1776 A
& Loewe The Taffetas Big
Bernstein's Broadway The Pajama
Game How to Succeed...Business Spectacular Christmas
A Night on the Town
2006 Brigadoon The
Fantasticks Into the Woods
Carousel Guys & Dolls America
in Song Man of La Mancha
Jacques Brel Review Night of Song
at the Lyric Opera
On the Town Night of Song at the
Our Radio Show
actually began with the "A
Night on the Town" Radio Series", a weekly radio
show about the history of the American Musical, written and hosted
Harter. In 1998 George created MTH as a 501c3 so as to
syndicate the program on a national level and to entertain and
enlighten new generations with the legacy of this American art
form known as Musical Comedy.
the show is sponsored by the historic Algonquin
Hotel in New York City, and is heard in Dallas, Atlanta,
South Florida and on New York Public Radio. Locally, "A Night
on the Town" is heard on KPR,
at 91.5 FM, Saturday nights at 9pm. The program is also
available online on the "A
Night on the Town" website.
York, New York!
times a year, MTH
takes theater fans to New York for organized trips that
Broadway shows, fine dining, four nights at the Algonquin Hotel
and fascinating insights into
the history of Broadway and the American Musical.