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Acclaimed Underground Returns to KC

Storling Dance Theater to bring history of slavery for growing audiences   After being dubbed one of the Top 10 performances of the decade by The Kansas City Star (2000-2009) and gaining ...

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KC Ballet Ends Season With Family Favorite–Cinderella

By Anita Widaman | Entertainment Editor Everyone loves a story with a happy ending and that usually means boy meets girl; boy gets the girl. But when the story is told through ...

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‘Underground’ Expects Sold-Out Performances This Weekend

Groundbreaking Performance This Weekend Local pastors and community leaders Charles Briscoe and Stan Archie attended Storling Dance Theater’s popular production of “Underground” in recent years and they’re still moved by what they ...

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Kansas City’s connection to the Nazi’s stolen loot

Legislation Would Award Congressional Gold Medals Kansas City, Mo.– As excitement builds for the release of the Sony film The Monuments Men, Kansas City’s Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is recognizing six real-life ...

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C.S. Lewis Production Comes to the Kansas City Stage

The producers of the hit national tour of The Screwtape Letters  bring another Lewis classic to life New York–Max McLean, Artistic Director of Fellowship for the Performing Arts, announces that C.S. Lewis’ “The ...

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Film Screening of The Abolitionists Jan. 27

MNU Film Series on Civil Rights in America OLATHE, KAN, — A free screening of The Abolitionists followed by a scholarly discussion, will be held Jan. 27, 2014 at 7 p.m. at ...

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Wicked. An unintended allegory for our time?

by Dwight Widaman |   Heading to Chicago or another great city soon? Plan to see the Broadway production of Wicked. It’s a delicious look at an imaginary culture which some astute ...

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