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Kansas City Cabaret’s bawdy burlesque riff on the “Bachelor” for KC Fringe is ribald and raunchy fun.
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Stanley Lombardo’s new translation and reading of selected cantos from Dante Alighieri’s "The Inferno" brings a welcomed classical voice to KC Fringe.
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Staging the “Odyssey” with noir elements, “Silver” uses music and dance to retell one of the standard Greek myths.
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Jason Cavallone’s stellar play “The List” is professional production-ready with a magnetic, believable cast.
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Four short plays by Victor Wishna, Lindsay Adams, and Margaret Shelby examine art—what it is, how to make it, who decides if it is worthwhile, and what it means.
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A celebration of life and joy and all things GAY explodes out of Union Station’s City Stage at Fringe this year. Hosted by the fabulous Daisy Buckët, anthems for several generations filled the hour-long show by Heartland Men’s Chorus.
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Local singer-songwriters Chad Abernathy and AJ Young joined forces at Uptown Arts Bar for a one-night-only Fringe performance of brilliant guitar playing and intimate vocals.
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Br. John details the development of Motown Records through story and song, giving a more personal look into this piece of American music history.
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In the world of show biz, things often go wrong. But the performers of Sky Parade know that the play’s the thing, and that it must go on!
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A tangled web of espionage is played out over three separate stages at Union Station, leaving the whole audience with only part of the picture in “Bird in the Hand.”
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