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Victor Wishna, Karen Hauge, and Anthony Rodgers share their favorite stage moments from Kansas City's 2013–14 season.
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The Summer Singers of Kansas City, under the direction of William Baker, presented some of Handel's rarer works including two of the coronation anthems and the "Dettingen" Te Deum.
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Organist Jan Kraybill played curator for an afternoon of music saluting the soldiers of the two World Wars at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
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Kansas City Women's Chorus (August 25, by reservation); Barn Players call for scripts (Due August 31); Big Kansas City (Visual and Creative arts, seeking proposals for Oct. 8–11 festival)
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“South Pacific” at Musical Theater Heritage; “Echoes of Octavia” at MeltingPot KC; “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds” at Kansas City Actors Theatre; “Ghost-Writer” at Spinning Tree Theatre; “Rag Swing Bop” at Paul Mesner Puppets; “Our Town” at Kansas City Rep; “Magical Mystery Tour” at The Mystery Train; “Blue Man Group” at Starlight Theatre; “Old Times” at Jewell Theatre Company.
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KCM contributors Karen Hauge, Laura Vernaci, Anthony Rodgers, and Christopher Gage provide some of their favorite musical and dance moments from the Kansas City's 2013–14 season.
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A small Kansas City theater is transformed into a tropical paradise for Musical Theater Heritage’s production of “South Pacific,” which features outstanding local actors in a polished interpretation of a beloved and powerful Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
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Just down the road from Kansas City in Rich Hill, Missouri, a Sundance-winning documentary of the same name was made about the difficult lives of three teenage boys, and its honesty is heart-rending.
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KCMetropolis bids a fond farewell to classical, jazz, and musical theatre contributor Anthony Rodgers as he departs Kansas City to continue his studies in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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In scenes and songs, Vi Tran’s “The Butcher’s Son,” at the Buffalo Room in a co-production with Westport Center for the Arts, tells the story of his family’s journey to freedom, a tale that is at once incredible and incredibly familiar.
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