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The Kansas City Civic Orchestra is pleased to welcome conductor Christopher Kelts back to the position of Music Director. After serving with KCCO for seven and a half years, Kelts resigned from the organization in December 2015 after accepting the position of Director of Orchestral Studies at Missouri State University (Springfield, MO).
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Quixotic’s collaborative variation of “Firebird” was captivating, beautiful, entertaining, and narrative in nature.
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Musical Theater Heritage presented an explosive opening night of "The Who’s Tommy" with an expanded cast and creative sets.
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“The Ballad of Lefty and Crabbe” at The Living Room Theatre; “Rumors” at The Barn Players; “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: The Musical” at Unicorn Theatre; “The Who’s Tommy” at Musical Theatre Heritage; “Hamlet” at Heart of America Shakespeare Festival; “The Great 4th of July Race of the Hare & The Tortoise” at Theatre for Young America; “The Wizard of Oz” at Mesner Puppet Theater; “Garfield - A Musical with Cattitude” at The Coterie; “Mamma Mia” at Starlight Theatre; “The Green Book Wine Club Train Trip” at Olathe Civic Theatre Association; and more.
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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 the Civil War drama "The Beguiled" starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell, and the 18th Annual Kansas City LGBT Film Festival.
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Academy Award winning actress Rachel Weisz delivers a virtuoso performance in the beautifully shot mystery/drama "My Cousin Rachel."
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The Heartland Men’s Chorus paid tribute to the American musical this weekend with glitz, glamour, and games in “Show Tune Showdown” at the Folly Theater.
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By July, classical music fans will be longing for the regular season. But fortunately, there are the annual Summerfest July concerts to look forward to - as well as a series concerts by the Kansas City Baroque Consortium. The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts presents its 4th Annual Future Stages Festival starring 700 of the metro's talented youngsters on June 25; and don’t miss the Kansas City Symphony’s final concert of the year, featuring guest violinist Philippe Quint coming this weekend.
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Saturday evening’s artistic collaboration "The Goldberg Variations" consisted of live piano music by Kairy Koshoeva and beautiful, captivating dancing from Owen/Cox Dance Group.
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With a royal effort from the Unicorn Theatre’s talented cast and crew, “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: The Musical” boogies, struts, and sashays its way to a smashing Kansas City debut.
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