The Realistic Joneses

Kansas City Actors Theatre

30 W Pershing Rd, Kansas City, MO 64108

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Two suburban couples discover that they have much more in common than their last names in Will Eno's award-winning, quirky, and profound reflection on living, facing mortality, and finding connections in modern life.


Runs May 24th to Jun 11th

Wed May 24th @ 07:30 AM
Thu May 25th @ 07:30 AM
Fri May 26th @ 07:30 AM
Sat May 27th @ 07:30 AM
Sun May 28th @ 02:00 PM

Dates & time

Wed May 24th @ 07:30 AM
Thu May 25th @ 07:30 AM
Fri May 26th @ 07:30 AM
Sat May 27th @ 07:30 AM
Sun May 28th @ 02:00 PM
Tue May 30th @ 07:30 PM
Wed May 31st @ 07:30 PM
Thu Jun 1st @ 07:30 PM
Fri Jun 2nd @ 07:30 PM
Sat Jun 3rd @ 07:30 PM
Sun Jun 4th @ 02:00 PM
Mon Jun 5th @ 07:30 PM
Wed Jun 7th @ 07:30 PM
Thu Jun 8th @ 07:30 PM
Fri Jun 9th @ 07:30 PM
Sat Jun 10th @ 07:30 PM
Sun Jun 11th @ 02:00 PM

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24th May 25th May 26th May 27th May 28th May 30th May 31st May 1st Jun 2nd Jun 3rd Jun 4th Jun 5th Jun 7th Jun 8th Jun 9th Jun 10th Jun 11th Jun Performance Duration Appoximately 1 hour 45 minutes (no intermission) Hours


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Kansas City Actors Theatre

30 W Pershing Rd
Kansas City, MO 64108

(816) 361-5228

Box Office Hours : M-F 10 am - 5pm & Select Weekends 12 pm - 5 pm


Creative & Cast

Written by - Will Eno

Directed by - John Rensenhouse

Actor - Brian Paulette

Actress - Carla Noack

Actress - Ashley Pankow

Actor - Phil Fiorini

Winner of two Drama Desk Special Awards. Arguably the best work yet from one of America's wisest, most clever new playwrights of the past decade. In "The Realistic Joneses," Will Eno connects two suburban couples who have so much more in common than their identical homes and their shared last names. As their relationships begin to irrevocably intertwine, the Joneses must decide between their idyllic fantasies and their imperfect realities and, ultimately, confront mortality. Both funny and profound, this story is a modern reflection on both the ridiculous and mundane ways we adapt to life and death, and how we try to "keep up" with those around us.

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