Adulting: A Parody
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Prisca Jebet Kendagor returns to Fringe Fest with another brand new play. Don’t let the title fool you. Just because it’s a parody does not mean it has to be hilarious…often times they are the exact opposite.
“Adulting: A Parody” follows the lives of seven friends raised together as children who’ve followed different paths into adulthood. After an absence of several years they all come together for a mutual friend’s funeral. These seven characters grapple with the realities of being an adult which includes facing issues of grief, addiction, families, complicated romances, sexuality, and death. The nostalgia of our favorite characters from “The Rugrats” comes full circle as we imagine
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3828 Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64111
All lots are patrolled by security starting one hour before the performance and until the last patron has left the parking lot.
Lot 1: Just north of the Unicorn.
Lot 2: Just south of the Unicorn off 39th Street between Main & Baltimore.
Lot 3: Just west of the Unicorn off 39th Street between Baltimore & Wyandotte.
Lot 4: Just northeast of the Unicorn, across Main. This lot is not always available. The sidewalk sign (shown below) will be out when this lot is available for Unicorn patron parking.
For a map, please visit: http://www.unicorntheatre.org/?page=boxoffice-parking .