Snowed Inn

Whim Productions

Show Information:

A live reality show where the audience has control! See what happens when strangers are forced to live in an isolated cabin, have their lives filmed, and are made to compete in absurd challenges! When reality show fame and $50,000 are on the line, passion and tempers are bound to flare! Contestants include a former British Baking Show star and a gay survivalist. An interactive play from the company who brought you Bad Auditions and Bard on Booze, Kansas City’s version of Drunk Shakespeare.


Unicorn Theatre - Levin Stage

3828 Main Street

Kansas City, MO 64108

Show Times

July 22 - Saturday - 10:30pm

July 23 - Sunday - 6:00pm

July 24 - Monday - 9:00pm

July 25 - Tuesday - 9:00pm

July 26 - Wednesday - 9:00pm

July 29 - Saturday - 3:00pm





60 Minutes


Mature Audiences Only


Adult Language


  1. Anne on July 24, 2017 at 1:08 am

    ” Snowed In” was silly, spontaneous and goofy in all the right places. It’s improv, so there’s no script; just a loose outline. It’s fun watching the actors think on their feet, save each other from the brink, and fumble a bit — sort of like real life. Except, unlike real life, these folks are actually funny. The laugh-out-loud-in-real-life kind of funny, not the abbreviation kind. See it.

  2. Helen on July 24, 2017 at 11:07 pm

    Funny Show! Especially liked characters Craig, Jenny, and Madge was a hoot! Go see it if you like to laugh!!

  3. JT on July 25, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    Definitely a fun show. You don’t really know where the show is going. For me, the best part of the show – and the most brilliant portion of it – is the use of the “confession” cam, which allows the actors to break from the scene and give a reality show based private moment. And I was really impressed with Penny’s ability in this regard, particularly just for quick one-liners and them boom, back into the scene.

  4. Paula C. Acconcia on July 26, 2017 at 4:59 am

    Could not always hear the soft spoken actors over the background music (and I sat in the front row). Characters are interestingly drawn but go nowhere. I was disappointed.

  5. Barb on July 30, 2017 at 12:54 am

    Quite enjoyed the show. Fun and well acted. Definitely worth it.

  6. Chris on July 30, 2017 at 5:55 pm

    Fun reality-show format play that has a structure but is also largely improvisational. Lots of good humor and downright strangeness, which is always expected at the Fringe. I enjoyed several of the characters very much, as well as the moments where they break from the group and offer confessionals to the audience that reveal their motivations and secret thoughts.

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