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Canadian group Classic Albums Live presented Led Zeppelin’s 'II' to an enthusiastic and nostalgic crowd Saturday night at Johnson County Community College
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The new drama, "Julieta" by Oscar-winning Spanish director Pedro Almodovar is a disappointingly middling effort even though it does contain a couple heart-wrenching moments.
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“Hana’s Suitcase” at The Coterie; “How to Use a Knife” at Unicorn Theatre; “Side by Side by Sondheim” at Kansas City Repertory Theatre; “I Got Rhythm” at Quality Hill Playhouse; “The Phantom of the Opera” at Theater League; “First Date” at Starlight Theatre; “RU Arts” at Rockhurst University; “Private Lives” at Jewell Theatre Company; “Dutchman” at KC MeltingPot Theatre; “Gem of the Ocean” at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre; and more.
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For independent movie and live theater enthusiasts, here are some upcoming release dates of note in the Kansas City area including the annual presentation of Oscar-nominated short films at the Tivoli and the acclaimed James Baldwin-inspired documentary “I Am Not Your Negro.”
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In the second half of February, there are several outstanding chamber music performances scheduled, including those by the Morgenstern Trio, a Kansas City Symphony chamber ensemble, the Bach Aria Soloists, and the Spire Chamber Music Ensemble. Orchestral performances can be heard with the Kansas City Symphony and the Topeka Symphony Orchestra. International star violinist Nicola Benedetti will appear with the Venice Baroque Orchestra at the Folly Theater as part of the Harriman-Jewell Series. For fans of vocal music, Musica Sacra offers Renaissance fare, The Five Irish Tenors will sing at the Carlsen Center at JCCC, and opera singers Michelle DeYoung and Joseph Kaiser will perform Mahler with the Kansas City Symphony.
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Master printmaker Mike Sims will present “Selected Prints from Lawrence Lithography Workshop 1979-Present,” drawing from the longstanding artistic community he founded, in an exhibition that opens with a public reception Friday, Feb. 17 at the Greenlease Art Gallery, located between Sedgwick and Van Ackeren halls on the Rockhurst University campus.
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Moscow Festival Ballet, led by Founder and Artistic Director Sergei Radchenko, brightened up the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts last Friday night with “Romeo and Juliet Plus Great Russian Gems”.
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The Kansas City Repertory Theatre tackles “Side by Side by Sondheim,” an excellent example of the musical theater master’s remarkable ability to make each tune’s four-minute narrative into its own one-act-play.
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The Coterie Theatre presents a collaborative production of "Hana’s Suitcase: A True Holocaust Mystery" at Crown Center. This play highlights the importance of historical research, and the education of today’s youth with contagious enthusiasm and beautiful sensitivity.
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“Paterson,” is at first glance, a languid affair with all the vitality of thick molasses in winter. However, when you pay attention to the subtle details, it emerges as a subdued, mellow movie, and a genuine pleasure to watch.
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