Mary’s Wedding

Aug 27, 2021 - Sep 19, 2021 at National WWI Museum and Memorial

On the night before her wedding, Mary dreams of a thunderstorm, during which she unexpectedly meets Charlie. With innocence and humor, the two discover a charming first love. But the year is 1914, and the world is collapsing into a brutal war. Together, they attempt to hide their love, galloping through the fields for a place and time where the battle can’t find them. A play with a heart as big as the skies that serve as its stage, Mary’s Wedding is an epic, unforgettable story of love, hope, and survival.

Under the stars on the grounds of the National WWI Museum and Memorial, the poetry of this love story will fill your heart.

This show runs approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.

Please be advised that this production features gunshots and war sounds as part of the soundscape.

This show is advised for patrons ages 12 and up.

Seating for this show is general admission, outside on a grass lawn. Tickets are $30 per person.
This show is BYOC - bring your own chair (or blanket). Seating will begin 1 hour before the performance.


Written by
Stephen Massicotte Directed by Artistic Director
Stuart Carden


Select a date to buy tickets for this performance

at National WWI Museum and Memorial

2 Memorial Dr, Kansas City, MO 64108-4616

  1. Aug
    22
  2. Aug
    23
  3. Aug
    24
  4. Aug
    25
  5. Aug
    26
  6. Aug
    27
    7:30PM
  7. Aug
    287:30PM
  8. Aug
    297:30PM
  9. Aug
    30
  10. Aug
    31
  11. Sep
    17:30PM
  12. Sep
    27:30PM
  13. Sep
    37:30PM
  14. Sep
    47:30PM
  15. Sep
    57:30PM
  16. Sep
    6
  17. Sep
    7
  18. Sep
    87:30PM
  19. Sep
    97:30PM
  20. Sep
    107:30PM
  21. Sep
    117:30PMSigned Perf
  22. Sep
    127:30PM
  23. Sep
    13
  24. Sep
    14
  25. Sep
    15
  26. Sep
    167:30PM
  27. Sep
    177:30PM
  28. Sep
    187:30PM
  29. Sep
    197:30PM
  30. Sep
    20
  31. Sep
    21
  32. Sep
    22
  33. Sep
    23
  34. Sep
    24
  35. Sep
    25
Director:
Stuart Carden
Dialect Coach:
Jason Chanos
Scenic Design:
Ken Martin
Costume Design:
Edith G. Moreno
Lighting Design:
Selena Gonzalez-Lopez
Sound Design:
Megumi Katayama
Dialect Coach:
Jason Chanos
Casting:
Yetunde Felix-Ukwu
Production Stage Manager:
Emily White-Winter
Assistant Stage Manager:
Rachel M. Dyer
Sam Cordes

KCRep: Pride and Prejudice, Pippin, A Christmas Carol. Local: King Lear, Henry V, Julius Cesar (Heart of America Shakespeare Festival);

...read more

Charlie
Bri Woods

KCRep: A Christmas Carol, A Raisin in the Sun, School Girls; or, the African Mean Girls Play, Welcome to Fear

...read more



Skip to content