- "a performance of intimacy and sublimity, complexity and resilience" Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, and Chris Thile kansascity.com/entertainment/… 5 hours ago
- "Witty, pointed lyrics and whistlable tunes...high comedic value" in Lyric Opera KC's "The Pirates of Penzance." kansascity.com/entertainment/… 2 days ago
- A "celebration of spring and display of virtuosity from the evening’s soloists" from KC Chamber Orchestra kansascity.com/entertainment/… 2 days ago
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Pardon my Dutch! No, really. You see, I wrote this book in Dutch (and English) and I have no doubt there are glaring and hilarious grammatical errors, which I hope to a true Dutch speaker will read as endearing, … Continue reading
I reviewed the Kansas City Dance Festival, now in its 4th year, for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time read the review here.
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony and Chorus for The Kansas City Star. The season’s finale concert featured Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 and I challenge anyone to sit through that and not end up smiling. What a ridiculous piece of … Continue reading
Featuring the world premiere of Mark Hayes’ “I Rise” and with their signature mix of poignancy and high camp, the chorus celebrated it’s 30th anniversary. I reviewed Sunday’s performance for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time read the … Continue reading
I reviewed Wylliams/Henry Contemporary Dance Company’s 25th anniversary season concert (officially, they reach 25th anny in Sept and have a concert then, too) for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time read the review here.
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony with guest conductor and pianist Jeffrey Kahane for The Kansas City Star. It was a much better concert then the headline made it sound. Oh well. For a brief time read the review here.
I wrote a preview for the Unicorn Theatre’s production of “Heathers: The Musical” for The Kansas City Star. The show opens today. For a brief time read the piece here.