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The fourth annual Crossroads of Culture Film Festival will feature two movies, "Moving to Mars" and "Planet of Snail," on Sunday, Sept. 21 at Screenland Crown Center. The movie screenings are free.
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Kansas City has much to look forward to for jazz and world music events this fall, including many local favorites, some big-name acts, and a few surprising offerings.
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“Ghost-Writer” at Spinning Tree Theatre; “Hands on a Hardbody” at the Unicorn Theatre; “The Taming of the Shrew” at City Theatre of Independence; “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; “Lost in Yonkers” at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre; “Little Shop of Horrors” at Theatre Lawrence; “Rosa Parks and The Montgomery Bus Boycott” at the Coterie Theatre.
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Classical music and dance gets underway for the season as the Kansas City Symphony presents both its inaugural Classics Uncorked concert and its first classical series concert in early September. The Classics Uncorked concert features music from and about Bohemia, and the regular classical series opener stars none other than our own Joyce DiDonato, making time for her hometown in her busy international schedule. As for dance, the Wylliams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company begins its season with a pair of performances featuring women choreographers, and the Kansas City Ballet offers us a sneak preview of its upcoming evening-long work "Alice (in Wonderland)." In addition, City in Motion Dance Company offers its annual end-of-summer "Dance in the Park" celebration at Roanoke Park.
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To mark what would have been Charlie Parker’s 94th birthday, Paul Mesner Puppets put together an informative, abridged biographical show honoring the local jazz legend.
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In the opening concert of its third season, the Midwest Chamber Ensemble prepared an ambitious program of a world premiere by composer-in-residence Joseph Kern, one movement of Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A Minor and the monumental Symphony No. 7 by Beethoven.
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Katie Kalahurka delivers a mesmerizing performance as the clairvoyant secretary of a deceased American novelist in Spinning Tree Theatre’s “Ghost-Writer.”
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Kansas City stages will be all a tizzy this fall as the 2014–15 season opens. Ranging from stalwart operas to musical adaptations of familiar films, there’s something for everyone coming to a live theater near you.
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A sampling of gallery openings and museum exhibitions throughout the metro area in September including Lawrence Arts Center's "Do You Know Who My Father Is?!," Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art's "Charlotte Street Foundation 2014 Visual Artist Award Fellows," and "A Cast of Blues" at Mid-America Arts Alliance.
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August concludes with a performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 by the Midwest Chamber Ensemble. Though the options are slim right now, expect the upcoming season to become very busy after the Labor Day weekend.
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