Leawood Stage Company is a not-
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Since 1998 the Leawood Stage Company has worked in partnership with the City of Leawood and the Leawood Parks and Recreation Department to provide high quality entertainment, while educating and enriching lives in the local community. LSC presents theatrical productions, educational programming, and events throughout the year.
LSC is a volunteer organization from the Board to the members of the cast, musicians, and staff who work vigorously behind the scenes. An estimated total of over 15,000 volunteer hours each year make Leawood Stage Company programs successful, enhancing the lives of approximately 10,000 audience members annually.
Leawood Stage Company performs in the Oak Room of the Community Center at City Hall, the Lodge at Ironwoods Park and at the Ironwoods Amphitheater.
Each summer LSC holds a large Broadway style musical production. The 7 night performance schedule attracts large crowds. Each night over 100 volunteers give their time to participate in this community event. Auditions are held each spring with 100 to 145 people auditioning. Cast ages range from 7 to 77.
Productions began with musical reviews held in back of City Hall. Shows have included: Some Enchanted Evening (1999), Over the Rainbow (2000), Imports (2001), Sondheim & Company (2002), and Celebrate Broadway (2003).
In the fall of 2004 the shows moved to Ironwoods Park and grew to Broadway musicals
with Red Hot and Cole (2004, non-
Shows performed in other venues -
Another production style that has become popular with LSC recently is a concert style performance of Broadway shows. These full productions without sets and limited costuming have included She Loves Me (2009), Sunday in the Park with George (2010) and Titanic: the Musical (2012), Songs for a New World (2013) and A Little Night Music (2014). Other offerings include workshops, galas, camps and partnership events with other theater groups.
British Invasion -
Promises, Promises -
A Little Night Music -
Hello, Dolly! -
Watch on the Rhine
The Sound of Music-
Fiddler on the Roof -
Bye Bye Birdie -