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There’s something almost magical as the calendar year rolls toward September and October. Opening seasons for performing arts groups across the metropolitan area are getting ready for opening season. Some artistic directors and spokespeople for various venues offer their thoughts about the opening show or the shows early on that might just stand out for the audience.
A musical excerpt from GEEK MYTHOLOGY: I WAS A TEENAGE IMMORTAL, a new musical receiving its World Premiere touring middle and high schools in the Kansas City area January 22 - April 4, 2014, as part of The Coterie's 2013/2014 Season.
Ragtag Cinema ventures into the heart of global cinema with its eighth annual Passport Series, celebrating both veteran and up-and-coming international filmmakers. As usual, this year's ports of call look incredibly diverse and rewarding.
If you have an orchestra or band instrument tucked under the bed or in the attic that is just collecting dust, become part of the Band of Angels and give the old instrument a chance at new life. The program is in its fourth year and has provided hundreds of instruments to kids who can’t afford them.
For fifteen years, Midtown neighborhoods have been promoting togetherness through Dance in the Park.
The event takes place in Roanoke Park each year, and brings together the Volker, Roanoke, Valentine, Coleman Highlands, and West Plaza neighborhoods. It is sponsored by the neighborhoods and City in Motion Dance Theater.
What I do (in 140 characters): I bring corporate and family groups to Broadway performances at Starlight Theatre, KC's iconic and beautiful outdoor event venue. I also get to work with some amazing young professionals through Starlight's new Center Stage - Young Professionals of Starlight membership group.
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