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College Town. City Life.

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UMKC Showcases Student Artists

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College Town. City Life.

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Vanessa Severo (Cassandra) and Tom Aulino (Vanya). Photo Credit: Don Ipock.

College Town. City Life.

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The University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Department of Theatre presents “Playboy of the Western World,” by John M. Synge.

College Town. City Life.

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$500,000 Gift Endows Scholarship in Jazz Studies

Sid and Carole McKnight hope gift will spark similar donations to help establish UMKC as 'national destination' for jazz students

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College Town. City Life.

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Image Courtesy: Kansas City Actors Theatre.

College Town. City Life.

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Photo Courtesy: Kansas City  Ballet.

Kansas City Ballet Presents “Dracula”

Choreographer tells KCUR about the beauty and danger of the Count

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Alt Lecture: Leah Silvieus and Judith Levy

Discussion to take place in UMKC Gallery of Art

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