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After taking last year off, Carlsen Center Presents’ ‘New Dance Partners’ returned last Friday night with four intricate and intense world premieres.
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One of the year’s best films thus far, "Rebel in the Rye" is a superb bio flick with a tremendous performance by Nicholas Hoult as the reclusive author J.D. Salinger.
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Throughout the 2017-18 season, the 50-voice Chorale will collaborate with choral ensembles across the Kansas City region.
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The Neighborhood Artist Residency is a pilot program that will launch as a collaborative studio and project space for artists interested in working at the intersection of art and community; in this case- specifically the communities that are invested in the area around the project location at 4001 Troost Ave.
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On Saturday, September 16, the board and friends of The Folly Theater honored the late C. Stephen Metzler with renaming its historic performance hall the “C. Stephen Metzler Hall at the Folly Theater.”
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Parsons Dance returned to the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Saturday evening, kicking off the dance portion of the Harriman-Jewell Series’ 53rd season.
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'Viceroy’s House' is a house divided as its director couldn’t decide whether to make riveting historical drama about India’s partition or a clichéd, boring romance.
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Kansas City Rep opens its 53rd season with perhaps its most ambitious production yet: the world premiere of the Broadway-aimed “Between the Lines,” a whimsical musical adaptation of the bestselling young-adult series by Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer.
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The Kansas City Symphony opened their Classical Series with three exciting and thrilling pieces with a Russian theme: Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Capriccio espanol,” contemporary composer Christopher Rouse’s “Odna Zhizn,” and Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto.
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Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre opened its season with a return to the classic tragedy “Antigone” by Jean Anouilh. As the narrator suggests, there is something settling and comforting about a tragedy: no hope of last-minute reprieve mars your Schadenfreude as you observe its relentless march toward death and destruction.
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