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Monthly Archives: April 2012
I reviewed the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre’s production of “Pride and Prejudice” for KCMetropolis.org. Read it here. Advertisements
I reviewed the Lyric Opera’s production of Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” for The Kansas City Star. That damn “Largo” aria has been stuck in my head for days.
I reviewed an adaption of Roald Dahl’s “James and the Giant Peach” for KCMetropolis.org. The Coterie Theatre put on the production, with costumes that rivaled the whimsy of Dahl’s fantastic tale.
I reveiwed the Kansas City-based multisensory performance ensemble Quixotic Fusion forThe Kansas City Star.They premiered their latest production “One,” which they will tour this summer. They performed in the Midland Theater, which is an amazingly beautiful building in an opulent, shabby-chic, Miss Haversham … Continue reading
I reviewed Stefon Harris and Blackout for The Kansas City Star. They performed at the Gem Theater for the American Jazz Museum’s Jammin’ at the Gem series. This concert was also the part of the 18th & Vine Jazz Festival, … Continue reading
I watched part of the Owen/Cox Dance Group dress rehearsal on Thursday, since I’m unable to make any of their performances this weekend or next. Jack was with me, so I didn’t catch the first number, A Good Missouri Song, … Continue reading