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MOMIX, led by founder and artistic director Moses Pendleton, awed a Lied Center audience lastFriday night with a whimsical integration of dance and acrobatics.
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The endearing characters of Mo Willems’s award-winning book series come to life at the Coterie Theatre in Elephant & Piggie’s “We Are In A Play.” With exaggerated goofiness and a variety of song styles, this musical adaptation for young audiences is a heartwarming and riotous tale for the whole family of unexpected friendship of the “bestus” variety.
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Te Deum Chamber Choir, Village Chamber Choir, and the Kansas City Baroque Consortium performed J. S. Bach’s St. John Passion at Village Presbyterian Church to a packed house that appreciated the music’s dramatic flair and faithful performance.
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The UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance welcomed the return of Jonathan Borja in a magnificent alumnus recital with pianist Lindsay Garritson featuring works by Mexican and American composers for flute and piano.
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Despite its predictability, “Frantz” is a foreign war drama that taps into the heavy toll survivors of war must pay.
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With a dose of superb and sensitive artistry, tenor Lawrence Brownlee, bass-baritone Eric Owens, and pianist Craig Terry thrilled a Harriman-Jewell Series audience last weekend at the Folly Theater with a program built from opera, spirituals, and popular standards.
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The Mid America Freedom Band’s 15th season is based on the theme of Pioneers and Frontiers. In addition to its annual fall and holiday concerts, this season also includes the organization’s second educational concert for the National World War I Museum and Memorial and the 2018 Annual Conference of the Lesbian and Gay Band Association, for which MAFB will proudly serve as the host band.
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MET opens their rowdy and weird production of “Tennessee Playboy” this week. An adaptation of J.M. Synge’s controversial 1907 Irish play "Playboy of the Western World," this version places Synge’s characters in a rural Tennessee town circa 1975.
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Metropolitan Theatre Ensemble opens their rowdy and weird production of “Tennessee Playboy” this week. An adaptation of J.M. Synge’s controversial 1907 Irish play "Playboy of the Western World," this version places Synge’s characters in a rural Tennessee town circa 1975.
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Hailed as one of the world’s foremost violin virtuosos, Anne-Sophie Mutter returned to Kansas City this past Friday night for a magnificent evening of music with her trusted collaborator, Lambert Orkis, as part of the Harriman-Jewell Series.
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