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In this scene from the Alcott Arts Center's production of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, Bassanio (Aaron Gotzon), with borrowed money, plans to woo the wealthy Portia. Gratiano (Khalid Johnson) implores Bassanio to allow him come along.
Stager Judith Fugate has been at Kansas City Ballet the past few weeks staging Jerome Robbins' 'Fancy Free' and George Balanchine's 'Allegro Brilliante.' Hear Judith talk about the pieces, and what exactly a stager is.
These two pieces will be featured on Kansas City Ballet's Fall Show, Oct. 11-20 at the Kauffman Center. Order tickets at kcballet.org or call 816-931-2232.
New York musicians Diana Herold (vibes) and Grisha Alexieva (drums) hooked up with two Kansas City bassists (Greg Clinkingbeard, Bob Bowman) and trumpeter Stan Kessler in a chamber jazz gig at Amigoni Urban Winery. This is a tune by Herold (I missed the title). This is a Samsung Android video, trying out an iRig plug-in microphone, which resulted in far better sound than I've usually gotten with phone video.
This is the 2013 Kansas City 48 Hour film festival entry of Team Facepalm 2: REVENGE of team facepalm! We won 3 awards; Best Sound Design, Best Special effects and Best use of our genre... Which was comedy. A Thrill to work with all these talented people.
Morris Warshawski (Production Consultant), Todd Soliday (Post Supervisor) and Leah Warshawski (Co-Director) answer questions about their documentary, FINDING HILLYWOOD, the first film exhibited as part of the Kansas City FilmFest Spotlight Series.
Perpetual Motion Dance performs "Clockwise," a selection from the full-length work "Water Won't Wait." The performance was at LIVE! in the Crossroads, at Mid-America Arts Alliance, Kansas City, Mo., on Sept. 6, 2013.
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