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The Friends of Chamber Music's next season sees the return of Jordi Savall, Arnaldo Cohen, Morgenstern Trio, Stile Antico, and many more to Kansas City stages.
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Victor & Penny celebrate their new album, "Electricity," with a CD release party at Musical Theater Heritage at Crown Center on April 19.
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The Mid America Freedom Band’s 14th season is based on the alchemical ideas of the classical four elements: fire, water, earth, and wind. The season also includes MAFB’s first educational concert of songs from World War I for the National World War I Museum and Memorial.
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Gavin Hood's tension-filled "Eye in the Sky" demonstrates the universal truth that war is cruelty.
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Fountain City Youth Brass Band won first place in the Youth Section and Fountain City Brass Band successfully defended its title at the North American Brass Band Championships in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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“The Fantasticks” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre; “The Ghosts of Lote Bravo” at the Unicorn Theatre; “Sing Out, Sister!” at Quality Hill Playhouse; “The Wizard of Paws” at Martin City Melodrama; “Where the Wild Things Are” at the Coterie Theatre; “Kinderstransport” at the White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center; “Annie Get Your Gun” at Musical Theater Heritage; “The Session” at KC MeltingPot Theatre; “The Life and Times of the Three Little Pigs” at Theater for Young America; “Godspell 2012” at Jewell Theatre Company; “No Sex Please, We’re British” at Olathe Civic Theatre Association; and more.
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As the spring sun starts to shine and flowers begin to bloom, the KC Rep presents the heartwarming musical "The Fantasticks" with the reminder to live, laugh, and love.
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Lori Nix, whose work will be on view in the Kansas Focus Gallery at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art through May 29, gave an insightful and, at times, hilarious discussion about her photography last Thursday in Hudson Auditorium.
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The Kansas City FilmFest will celebrate 20 years of bringing great independent films and filmmakers to Kansas City.
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Based on the book by Maurice Sendak, the adaptation of "Where The Wild Things Are," now playing at The Coterie, transformed the circular floor into a platform where imagination could run wild.
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