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Members of Kansas City's theater community gathered in solidarity and to show their support for the theater program at University of Missouri-Kansas City which is facing devastating budget cuts. The "Save UMKC Theatre" town hall held in the Spencer Theatre featured speeches from alumnus, faculty, and members of the theater community. UMKC alumnus, actor Nick Gehlfuss, star of NBC's medical drama, Chicago Med, voiced his support for the school's Master of Fine Arts theater training program. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
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