Performing Arts

July 2, 2014 7:00 AM

‘Lysistrata Jones’ and ‘The Dykes of Hazzard’ offer KC theatergoers a sexy choice

Anyone looking for alternatives to life-affirming stories involving cute kids and/or cute animals might want to check out “Lysistrata Jones,” which runs through July 13 at the Off Center Theatre. Late Night Theatre, meanwhile, has once again revived itself for an evening of R-rated, cross-dressing parody at Missie B’s. The new original send-up is “The Dykes of Hazzard,” which features an all-female cast spoofing the rednecky 1980s TV series.

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