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Monthly Archives: December 2014
2014 is very nearly the past and it is imperative I take a little time to reflect. The community of art makers here in Kansas City don’t really give a girl much time to breath if she wants to see … Continue reading
I reviewed the King’s Singers’ holiday show for The Kansas City Star, my last review for the year. For a brief time, read the review here.
I reviewed Anonymous 4’s performance for The Kansas City Star. This was their last Kansas City appearance. For a brief time, read the review here.
I reviewed Kansas City Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” for The Kansas City Star. This is the last year for Todd Bolender’s choreography. For a brief time, read the review here. I think I will miss, most of all, the little knock-knee bunny … Continue reading
In lieu of any pertinent personal writing, here are a few musings from Winston Churchill’s Painting As A Pastime, a slim book that is saving my sanity. Concerning the overwhelming need to read, read, read and the daily inability to … Continue reading
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony for The Kansas City Star. They performed with guest conductor Bramwell Tovey. For a brief time, you can read the review here. An editing error, though, unintentionally ignored the back stage chorus, who sounded … Continue reading