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With a lineup of The Wizard of Oz (Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production), We Will Rock You, Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Sound of Music and Blue Man Group, Starlight Theatre’s 2014 Broadway lineup offers five family friendly productions for the summer.
The Pinnacle Award winners for this year are five diverse people from five distinct walks of life. What do they have in common? The singular desire is to do good in the community, to fill a void where needed and provide enrichment in many ways.
Kansas City filmmakers Mitch Brian and Todd Norris are bridging the gap between the film and theater communities by shooting high-quality trailers for professional productions at the Living Room, the Unicorn and Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre.
ST. MARYS - A few years ago, St. Marys businessman Ben Moats and his friends Eric Stevenson and Tim Akers, with whom Moats had worked at The Columbian Theater in Wamego, started talking about establishing a classical arts theater.
At the Coterie, Red Badge Variations riffs on Stephen Crane's iconic Civil War novel to capture a realistic (but teen-friendly) glimpse into the lives of five soldiers deployed during the war on terror.
Russell and Ashley start us off Rebecca Kephart's project Virginia and Amy Teri Teri's band Models Sarah Teri signals Phonologotronic Russell's experimental work Rich Wheeler and Matt Otto's band Jeff Harshbarger trio percussion set up Ad Astra Percussion...
Spring Awakening, a rock musical with music by Duncan Sheik and a book and lyrics by Steven Sater comes from a German play that was banned for years due to its content which includes child abuse, homosexuality, rape, abortion, suicide, wet dreams, male puberty and more.
The Barn Players opened their 2013-14 season on Friday Sept. 20 with Spring Awakening. Spring Awakening is from the book and lyrics by Steven Slater with music by Duncan Sheik and directed by Eric Magnus. The production is based on the play by Frank Wedekind. Written in 1891 Wedekind had to self-publish the play which was banned in Germany for a time, due to its frank portrayal of taboos.
Theater fans, the classic "The Capulets and the Montagues" is set to take the stage at the Lyric Opera of Kansas City with some very big names leading the cast. Two stars, Nicole Cabell and Grammy Award winner, Joyce DiDonato, give us the inside scoop on the play and the long standing tradition of women playing men's roles in theater.
Footloose–The Musical, opened at Theatre Lawrence, (weekends Sept. 20 through Oct.6) and the familiar songs and sounds of the 1980s era movie musical came alive in the show that features a cast of young performers in the high energy production.
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