Director Ron Megee continues the revived Late Night Theatre with “Black Bewitched,” a parody of the long-running sitcom about a witch named Samantha, which features an all-African-American cast.
The show runs Aug. 28-Sept. 28 at Missie B’s, 805 W. 39th St., and kicks off Late Night’s fall and winter season.
The show stars Ryan Webster (aka Moltyn Decadence) as Samantha; Kory Burch (aka Regina LaRae) as Darrin #1; Ray Fry (aka Widow Von du) as Endora; Christopher Barksdale (aka Christa Collins) as Uncle Arthur; and Stephonne Singleton (aka Kita Rose) as Aunt Clara.
Megee, who wrote the script with Jessica Dressler, is directing.
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Also on the season:
▪ “Poultrygeist,” opening Oct. 9, a horror tale about what happens when a suburban family moves into a house built on the ruins of a chicken processing factory. Dressler and Megee star.
▪ “A ‘Betty’ White Christmas,” opening Nov. 27, a musical parody about the efforts of Rose to save the St. Olaf’s Senior Home, deciding to stage her own “White Christmas” with Bea Arthur and special Liberace on the piano.
Perhaps it goes without saying, but these shows are rated R. Tickets are available at Central Ticket Office. Call 816-235-6222.