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Starlight Theatre’s production of “Mary Poppins” was not without its ups and downs, but dazzling visual effects and dancing ensured that the audience of young enthusiasts had a super … time.
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Jonathan Robertson presents his third KC Fringe piece with “Companions,” a play that takes isolation and TV-as-window-to-the-world to a disturbing level.
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The Kansas City Senior Theatre’s “Seven Stages Seven Stories” was edutainment around the theme of Alzheimer’s disease.
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[UPDATE] Congratulations to the following shows that had the highest average attendance at their respective venues. If you missed them during the run check them out on the special engagements on Sunday, July 26.
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Alli Jordan’s “The Snake that Stole the Flower” is a haunting and powerful exploration of disease and healing and of forces beyond our control or understanding.
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Bluegrass duo The Matchsellers entertained its audience with pickin’, fiddlin’, and grinnin’ during its KC Fringe appearance at the Uptown Arts Bar.
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Transcending the typical “boy and his dog” narratives, Logan Black’s debut play, “Bond: A Soldier and His Dog” is a harrowing autobiographical account of a 2006 tour of duty as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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Timothy Mooney returns to the KC Fringe Festival with “Criteria,” an original dystopian road trip dramedy set three centuries in the future.
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Radio sketch comedy show “Right Between the Ears” explodes the funny bone with its unfailingly inventive humor
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