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Paul Byrom and Damian McGinty sang a classic Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. tune in Studio S. Both singers were formally part of the Irish men's group, Celtic Thunder. McGinty went on to win the reality show, The Glee Project, which earned him a spot on the show Glee. They are in town to perform in a private sold out concert.
For most dancers, the off-season is a time of rest and recuperation from the rigors of performance. But six months ago, Kansas City Ballet dancers Anthony Krutzkamp and Logan Pachciarz began to plan a more ambitious summer break.
Do you want to channel your inner rocker? How about show off your James Brown dance moves? You can do all that and more at the Grammy Museum Experience located just inside the Sprint Center. From Grammy memorabilia to interactive play stations, this must-see exhibit has a little something for everyone.
This year, in its 21st season, the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival presents the romantic comedy, As You Like It. The production features conflicts between brothers, and a circuitous path to love.
Philanthropist Julia Irene Kauffman announces a $20 million challenge grant that she hopes will jump-start what would be a $90 million project to move the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance downtown.
Every year the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City, ifckc.com, has a Festival called "Every Picture Tells a Story". Filmmakers find an Artist and do a short film about something they have done. This year I shot and edited this for Caroline Baehner on Teresa Magel's painting called "Violet Wish".
With the opening this week of The Death of Cupid at the downtown performance space The Living Room, author and director Kyle Hatley is revisiting a play he's been refining since 2008. Its eternal themes of peace, war and sex have its roots in ancient Greece but still maintain a relevance to what the world looks like today.
Acclaimed dancers from across the world will converge upon KC for the Kansas City Dance Festival. It's an amazing opportunity to see a wide variety of classical ballet and contemporary dance at The University of Missouri - Kansas City's Spencer Theatre.
It's a film about parents and their teenage children coming to terms with the complexities of love, and one of the stars from "Stuck in Love" stopped in Kansas City to promote the film. Liana Liberato plays Kate, the dream girl with substance abuse problems.
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