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For independent movie and live theater enthusiasts, here are some upcoming release dates of note in the Kansas City area through November, including the dark comedy “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” starring Frances McDormand and Woody Harrelson and the 17th Annual Kansas International Film Festival at the Glenwood Arts Theater.
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ArtsKC – Regional Arts Council recently announced that 74 small- and mid-sized nonprofit arts organizations received ArtsKC Catalyst grants for a combined total of $138,330.
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The Harriman-Jewell Series presented a night of tremendous talent and a variety of dance in the Stars of American Ballet showcase.
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Jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour, with guests Patrice Rushen, Hadrien Feraud, and Wes Ritenour, played a long but interesting concert in the newly minted C. Stephen Metzler Hall at the Folly Theater Saturday night.
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“Fences” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre; “Click, Clack, Boo!” at Theatre for Young America; “Disgraced” at Unicorn Theatre; “Carrie: The Musical” at Jewell Theatre Company; “Into the Woods” at Musical Theater Heritage; “Anne of Green Gables” at Olathe Civic Theatre Association; “Sister Act: The Musical” at the Barn Player; “Young Frankenstein” at the White Theatre; “Waitress” at Kansas City Broadway Series: “Portrait of a Woman’s Tears” at Rockhurst Theatre; and more.
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As last second replacements for the Pavel Haas Quartet, clarinetist David Shifrin, cellist Amit Peled, and pianist Alon Goldstein came together to create an incredible pick-up ensemble for The Friends of Chamber Music's series.
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In both a hilarious and a surprisingly emotional night, the irrepressible William Shatner brought his alter-egos to the Carlsen Center for a one-man show.
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From clever staging and strong vocal performances to a robust score, the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance lovingly crafted Humperdinck’s "Hänsel und Gretel" for its fall opera.
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The Midwest Chamber Ensemble partnered with two choirs from the Kansas City Kansas Community College for a night of chamber music and Bach’s famous cantata.
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The Unicorn Theatre stages the Kansas City premiere of “Disgraced,” Ayad Akhtar’s award-winning examination of the issues, identities, and instincts that come between us.
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