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The Unicorn Theatre unleashes the new play “Lasso of Truth,” which ropes together a range of themes surrounding the exceptional life and lifestyle of the man who invented Wonder Woman.
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Kyle Hatley delivers a performance for the ages in the Kansas City Repertory Theatre's production of "An Iliad," an updated and relevant retelling of the ancient epic.
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Last week, three local organizations presented a roundtable panel that provided an enlightening and engaging discussion and performance surrounding three composers from the World War I era.
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The spring 2015 season of the JCCC Jazz Series will kick off Tuesday, Feb. 24, with the Clint Ashlock Trio. The series, which showcases the talents of local jazz musicians, is free and open to the public. Performances will take place at noon on Tuesdays for seven consecutive weeks in the Recital Hall of the Carlsen Center.
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62nd annual Youth Talent Auditions, sponsored by the Topeka Symphony Orchestra and Capitol Federal, have announced the winners in four divisions: strings, keyboard, vocal, and winds/percussion. For the first time ever there was also a tie for Overall Winner.
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“Eurydice” at The Living Room is a theatrical experience that won’t soon be forgotten. A brilliant blend of fantasy and heartbreak, this show should not be missed.
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February highlights include Mahler’s monumental Fifth Symphony with the Kansas City Symphony; a rethinking of the Handel opera "Acis and Galatea" as choreographed by Mark Morris for the Harriman-Jewells Series; the performance of a new piece by local composer Narong Prangcharoen by the Bach Aria Soloists; and pianist Lisa de la Salle in recital for The Friends of Chamber Music. Several Valentine’s Day events also await you mid-month; check below for all of the listings.
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Tango Buenos Aires presented an interpretation of the life of Eva Perón through the a range of tango dance styles to a crowded Yardley Hall at JCCC last week.
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William Baker Festival Singers performed a mix of Christian and Russian orthodox music at St. Agnes Catholic Church last Saturday, providing some magical moments during an otherwise dreary evening.
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With works spanning slightly more than five years between their composition dates, the Ariel Quartet and pianist Alon Goldstein highlighted the music during the turbulent times of World War I in their concert for the Music Alliance between The Friends of Chamber Music and the UMKC Conservatory.
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