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“Gem of the Ocean” at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre; “No Talking” at The Coterie; “Disenchanted!” at Starlight Theatre; “High Fidelity” at The Barn Players; “Constellations” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre; “Eclipsed” at Unicorn Theatre; “New Works Playwright Competition” at Olathe Civic Theatre Association; “Drunks” at Whim Productions; “The Little Mermaid” at Music Theatre Kansas City; and more.
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The Kansas City Ballet premieres a new "The Sleeping Beauty" at the end of March; Lied Center bring MOMIX: Opus Cactus in early April, and UMKC presents it Spring Dance Finale in late April.
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For independent movie and live theater enthusiasts, here are some upcoming release dates of note in the Kansas City area including a documentary ("Kedi") about the stray cats of Istanbul and a presentation at the Tivoli of a Royal Shakespeare Company production of "The Tempest."
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Should the phrase “an eye for an eye” still be pertinent in today’s justice system? Jake Heggie’s opera “Dead Man Walking,” presented by the Lyric Opera of Kansas City, wrestles with this idea, and prompts audiences to question the morality of the death penalty.
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Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter will perform a recital as part of the Harriman-Jewell Series at the end of March, but there is much to be seen and heard before the month’s close in the area. The Friends of Chamber Music will host the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra will perform at the Kauffman Center, and Abel Pereira will give a recital presented by the Park University International Center for Music. The Heartland Men’s Chorus and Kansas City Women’s Chorus are both in action, too, this month. The UMKC Conservatory will present Rodelinda by Handel as its spring opera, and if you still want more Handel, check out the Missouri Oratorio Society’s performance of the Messiah in honor of the Easter season.
19 days ago | |
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Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter will perform a recital as part of the Harriman-Jewell Series at the end of March, but there is much to be seen and heard before the month’s close in the area. The Friends of Chamber Music and the Performing Arts Series at JCCC will host the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra will perform at the Kauffman Center, and Abel Pereira will give a recital presented by the Park University International Center for Music. The Heartland Men’s Chorus and Kansas City Women’s Chorus are both in action, too, this month. The UMKC Conservatory will present Rodelinda by Handel as its spring opera, and if you still want more Handel, check out the Missouri Oratorio Society’s performance of the Messiah in honor of the Easter season.
19 days ago | |
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Should the phrase “an eye for an eye” still be pertinent in today’s justice system? Jake Heggie’s opera “Dead Man Walking,” presented by the Lyric Opera of Kansas City,wrestles with this idea, and prompts audiences to question the morality of the death penalty.
19 days ago | |
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2017 awards winners announced at 14th annual ArtsKC luncheon last week.
23 days ago | |
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The Kansas City Symphony recently announced the 2-year contract extension of Jason Seber as well as his promotion to David T. Beals III Associate Conductor. Seber joined the Symphony in September 2016 as assistant conductor with a one-year contract.
23 days ago | |
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Like a “musical handshake” between two cultures, Kansas City’s Alaturka mixed American jazz and traditional Turkish music together to demonstrate just how stunning the joining of different cultures can be.
24 days ago | |
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