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“The 12th Annual Kansas City Fringe Festival” at KC Fringe; “If/Then” at Starlight Theatre; “Madagascar: A Musical Adventure” at the Coterie Theatre; “The Dawning of Aquarius” at Quality Hill Playhouse; “Smokin’ Hot Homicide” at The Mystery Train; “Second Ladies” and “Young Black Victorian” at The Fishtank; “Next to Normal” at Musical Theater Heritage; “I’m Not Rappaport” at Kansas City Actors Theatre; “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill” at Spinning Tree Theatre; and more.
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The Coterie takes over the Westport Coffee House to present "A Bird of Prey," a dark play about teenagers with more adult struggles than anyone is willing to admit.
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The Just Off Broadway Theatre provides the perfect setting for Danielle Swatzell’s all-too-real comedy about the creative process.
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For independent movie enthusiasts, here are some end of July and August release dates of note in the Kansas City area, which include director Woody Allen’s latest ensemble comedy "Café Society" and a documentary looking at the life of the late musician Frank Zappa.
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Writer/director Taika Waititi has created an excellent family film in "Hunt for the Wilderpeople" that should not be missed this summer with delightful performances by Sam Neill and Julian Dennison.
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Mixing centuries and styles, Summerfest’s third concert was, for the most part, fun and engaging.
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During August most classical music organizations are gearing up for their fall seasons, but a few are offering public performances, including the Summer Singers of the William Baker Festival Singers, the faculty of the International Center for Music at Park University, and the Midwest Chamber Ensemble. The month ends with a performance of French organ music sponsored by the Kansas City Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
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“Bingo on the Boulevard” seems like a lighthearted look at a night of bingo, mixed with a little history from one of Kansas City’s older neighborhoods, but it is really all about an honest message of love and support.
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"Br. John Sings Sam Cooke" features a superb set of hit songs by the 1950s-60s singer/songwriter. It is part concert, part theatre, part history lesson; but it’s the songs that make the show.
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