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The Kansas City Symphony, with guest violinist Anne Akiko Meyers, created an evening of enduring and uplifting music last Friday night as they premiered Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara’s final composition, his “Fantasia” for violin and orchestra, as well as played works by Ravel, Sibelius and Nielsen.
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“She Loves Me,” now running at Musical Theater Heritage, has a charming story, good songs and some great singing in a throwback to 1950-60’s style Broadway.
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Handel’s “Rodelinda” is an attractive, tuneful Baroque work still worthy of the occasional new production. UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance presented a fine version, featuring some promising young voices with outstanding set and lighting designs.
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Returning to Kansas City for the first time in over a decade, the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra delighted audience members of all ages at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts last Friday night.
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Despite a fine performance by lead Woody Harrelson, the dark comedy “Wilson" is a mess of a movie filled with characters about as unlikable as you will ever find.
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This past weekend, the Heartland Men’s Chorus was joined by special guests the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus, and speakers Morgana Bailey and Jane Clementi in their spring production at the Folly Theater titled “Identify,” featuring the Midwest premiere of “Tyler’s Suite,” and emotionally-charged themes of anti-bullying and acceptance.
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Paying tribute to heritage, heroines, and a hope for the future, the Kansas City Women’s Chorus performed at the Charles Wheeler Downtown Airport this past weekend in their production of “We Can Do It!” featuring the Kansas City Girls’ Choir, and an emotional look at the history of women in the workforce during the Second World War.
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Music Theatre Kansas City took no vacation as they visited the ocean floor for a production of "The Little Mermaid" this past weekend at the Goppert Theatre at Avila University. The young stage performers were joined by members of the Youth Symphony of Kansas City to create a wonderful work of Disney-based art that was “positoovitively“ charming and well crafted.
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Spinning Tree Theatre recently announced the inaugural Spinning Tree Theatre Guild Scholarship, sponsored by the Guild and administered by the Artistic Committee. The inaugural 2017 award is a one-time $1,000 scholarship.
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Kansas City Actor's Theatre 13th season showcases Kansas City’s top theatre professionals and will include works by Agatha Christie, Sam Shepard, and Shakespeare's King Lear
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