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Last month’s performance of “12 Angry Men” marked the final time the lights would go up on a production at Theatre Lawrence’s current location, 1501 New Hampshire St. “There’ve been a lot of great moments in this building,” Doveton says.
The May issue of KC Stage is available online for subscribers.
Spotlight on Amy Reinert by Kelly Luck; The Music Beat: Song Circle, Kansas City Style by Jeanne Jasperse; Profiles in Press Kits by Melissa Roberts; Postcards from the Past by Felicia Londré; Multiple Constituents by Laura S. Quinn with Idealware; Film Clips by Larry F. Levenson
Although it is as far as a Broadway musical can get from its historic feel-good fare, those who see Topeka Civic Theatre & Academy’s Studio Series production of “Next to Normal” should leave feeling better having explored a subject that touches far...
Starlight Theatre, in partnership with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, are proud to announce the official nominations for the 2012-2013 Blue Star Awards! Make plans to attend the Blue Star Awards Ceremony taking place at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
Carole King and James Taylor's music sets the tone for the current show through May 19th at Quality Hill Playhouse in Kansas City where musical reviews and cabaret shows set the tone and bring audiences to their feet more times than not.
We have to be out of Screenland Crossroads by May 20th. Just days away. With events planned out for the year, a new website about to launch, and a show about to start filming we find ourselves without a base. Please join us for our final two events with Screenland and help us raise the funds we need to maintain our operations for the next year.
At least three generations of singers will be represented on stage when the Capital City Chorus presents its spring concert Saturday. The programs at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Fairlawn Church of the Nazarene, 730 S.W.
Kansas City audiences expect entertainment, smiles, laughs, and familiar melodies every time they attend a custom-built musical review at Olathe's Chestnut Fine Arts Theater, and the current show delivers the music from the Disney legacy from the 1930s through the balance of the decade.
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