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“The –A-Lone Ranger” at Martin City Melodrama & Vaudeville Company; “Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business” at Theatre for Young America; “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” at Kansas City Rep; “The Frowning Vajayjays of Shady Pines” at MeltingPot KC; “Bernstein’s Broadway” at Musical Theater Heritage; “War Horse” at Theater League; “The Comical Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard” at Paul Mesner Puppets; “Broadway’s Next H!T Musical” at the Lied Center of Kansas; and much more.
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Pianists, vocalists, and choral music dominate the first half of April in Kansas City’s classical music scene. World famous pianist André Watts performs Beethoven with the Kansas City Symphony, while Stanislav Ioudenitch, Behzod Abduraimov, and friends perform a Van Cliburn Tribute Concert at Helzberg Hall, and pianists Vadym Kholodenko and Steven Spooner both give recitals in Lawrence. On the vocal front, world famous Heldentenor Ben Heppner performs with the Harriman-Jewell Series at the Folly Theater, and choral groups Te Deum and the William Baker Festival Singers both give ambitious concerts. Fans of dance can enjoy the Owen/Cox Dance Group perform with the Bach Aria Soloists in "The Sonata Project" at the Folly Theater, while the Kansas City Ballet presents "New Moves," a program of modern choreography, and the UMKC Conservatory dancers put on their spring dance concert. Lots of other performances are available also, including the Brasil Guitar Duo at the Johnson County Community College. Check the listing below for complete details.
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The Spire Chamber Ensemble gave a creditable performance of Georg Frideric Handel’s oratorio "Israel in Egypt" at Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday evening, which the crowd of about 400 rewarded with a standing ovation.
22 days ago | |
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Musical Theater Heritage presents a knockout performance of Leonard Bernstein’s works from the Great White Way, blending outstanding singing with engaging storytelling to paint a compelling and moving picture of one of America’s most treasured musicians.
22 days ago | |
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The Kansas City Ballet presents the innovative program New Moves at the Todd Bolender Center for Dance and Creativity over two weekends. This emerging choreographer’s platform, featuring company dancers, is an inspiring look into the future of the art form.
22 days ago | |
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Collaborating with the Gateway Men's Chorus from St. Louis, the Heartland Men's Chorus presented an evening of encouraging song and a grandiose tribute to the work and message of Harvey Milk.
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Less than a year after Tony Award voters declared it Broadway’s Best Play, Christopher Durang’s madcap “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” romps into Kansas City Repertory’s Spencer Theatre.
28 days ago | |
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April’s sampling of gallery openings and museum exhibitions throughout the metro area including "100 Years of Genocide" at Park's Campanella Gallery, Mid-America Arts Alliance's "Imprinting the West: Manifest Destiny, Real and Imagined" and "Roads to Arabia" at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
28 days ago | |
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Peter Richard Conte presented a Bach-centric program with splashes of French music on the Julia Irene Kauffman Casavant pipe organ at Helzberg Hall in honor of J.S. Bach’s 329th birthday.
28 days ago | |
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The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has selected Henry Bial, an experienced administrator with multidisciplinary perspective, to serve as the next associate dean for the School of the Arts at the University of Kansas.
28 days ago | |
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