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Brooklyn-based playwright John Kolvenbach has seen his plays produced from the West Coast to the West End—his comedy "Love Song" was nominated for a 2007 Olivier Award—but he is also no stranger to Kansas City.
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George Clooney and Julia Roberts lend their substantial talents to the Jodie Foster-helmed thriller "Money Monster", but you will not get a lot of return on it.
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Musica Vocale director Arnold Epley feels that the tradition of great choral compositions has its foundation in the works of Bach, Mozart, and Brahms, and therefore he programmed compositions of all three of these masters for the final performance of Musica Vocale’s eighth season, entitled “Foundations and Cornerstones.”
24 days ago | |
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Symphony musicians, management buck national trends by ratifying new 4-year contract without attorneys and more than a year ahead of schedule.
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With "Big River," Roger Miller and William Hauptman’s musical adaptation of Mark Twain’s "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," Musical Theater Heritage has the perfect show for one of the company’s pared down, straight-at-the-audience productions.
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Music Theatre Kansas City, a well-known youth theatre program in the KC area, kicks off its professional component with the emotionally charged "The Last 5 Year."
30 days ago | |
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The Johnson County Community College Performing Arts Series ends its season with a lackadaisical performance from bassist/vocalist Krystle Warren.
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The third Future Stages Festival at the Kauffman Center is promising to be bigger and more interactive than ever before with more young performers and art activities planned throughout the building and outdoor spaces. The free festival will be held at the Kauffman Center on Sunday, June 26, 2016 from 11 am–4 pm. All ages are invited to experience a diverse range of performances and interactive arts activities for the whole family.
30 days ago | |
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June’s new visual arts offerings include several exhibitions by artists of all disciplines, inspired by a variety of sources—oil paintings inspired by the natural beauty of the Kansas prairies, multi-dimensional pieces inspired by video and board games, a group show in tribute to the artist of one of the most iconic images in skateboarding, and much more.
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"The Lobster" is the most bizarre movie of the year, but it is an imaginative cinematic work of art that you will not forget anytime soon if you go see it.
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