Monthly Archives: June 2012

“Everyday Rapture” at the Unicorn Theatre

The Unicorn Theatre just finished a run of Everyday Rapture, a (mostly) one-woman show that (semi) documents the journey from Bible belt to Broadway. Sherie Rene Scott is the creator (co-written with Dick Scanlan) and star of the original show, … Continue reading

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Ballet et Gillet

I went to see the Kansas City Ballet’s final program of the season a few weeks ago. Because I also had an obligation across the lobby in Helzberg Hall the same evening, I was only able to watch the first … Continue reading

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REVIEW in KCStar: “In The Heights” at Starlight Theatre

I reviewed the touring production of “In The Heights” at Starlight Theatre for The Kansas City Star. Notable thing that happened that didn’t make the review: the woman in front of me had a spider in her hair. I am … Continue reading

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REVIEW in KCStar: Simon Carrington Chamber Singers

I reviewed the Simon Carrington Chamber Singers for The Kansas City Star. It was an oddly chilly June evening, but fortunately the full crowd in Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral and incredible singing added warmth to the event.

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Kawsmouth, issue 2: Counting

Kawsmouth is a literary website that curates writing and photography from the Midwest. Still in its infancy, it’s the brainchild of a lovely creative couple, Kansas-native world travelers who’ve resettled not far from us to our great social benefit. Here in … Continue reading

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