FARMER BROWN HAS A PROBLEM……….
“Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type”
Theatre for Young America
30 W Pershing Rd, Kansas City, MO 64108 (inside Union Station, Level B)
Friday, November 4, 2016
Length: Approximately one hour
Please park, come inside, take a restroom break and meet in front of the Extreme Screen Theatre at 9:45am. Thank you for respecting both the venue and your fellow LCA families by being punctual.
Note: This production will be performed at the Extreme Screen Theatre, which is located just down the hall from the H&R Block City Stage where all other Theatre for Young America shows take place. Union Station, Level B.
Parking at Union Station:
If you’re willing to walk a bit, there’s also FREE parking in the lot by the Freight House restaurants (Jack Stack, Grunauer’s, Lidia’s) just North of Union Station on 22nd St. The Freight House Pedestrian Bridge (http://www.bnim.com/project/freight-house-pedestrian-bridge) crosses over the tracks and into Union Station.
Following the show, if the McNutts are feeling adventurous we’re going to take a lap on the new Kansas City streetcar! Ooooooh…….adventure! You can board right there at Union Station. It runs all the way up to City Market, and back down to Union Station, with numerous stops along the way. Round trip takes approximately 30 minutes. It’s FREE! For more information: http://kcstreetcar.org/
There are several places at Union Station. Your best bet for less expensive family-friendly fare will be over at Crown Center. It’s just a hop, skip and a jump from Union Station if you walk The Link (aboveground pedestrian walkway connecting Union Station and Crown Center). You can access The Link in the SE corner of Union Station. You could also grab a bit somewhere along the streetcar line!
Want more? If you really want to make a day of it, there are countless things to do at Union Station and Crown Center!
LCA family conduct while on FTs must be above reproach. Not only are we representing LCA in public, but we are also witnesses for Christ to a non-believing world.