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“A Christmas Carol”: A Kansas City tradition for 32 years continues

Keeping it fresh: A director’s approach to continued success For the 30th anniversary in 2010, the KC Rep revamped the entire show and proved its...

Cult Classic Review: ‘A Christmas Story’ brings a child’s fantasy to life

“I want an Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle,” said Ralphie again and again. And again. All children want one present for...

theatre review: ‘The Cover of Life’ -UMKC production boasts top student talent

Though "The Cover of Life" has a slow plot progression, the action throughout the play is compelling. It is 1943 in small town Sterlington, La. ...

A Time for giving thanks

Thanksgiving is the best holiday in the U.S. Not to say that our other major holidays aren’t fun, but Thanksgiving tops the chart. Think about...

Chancellor drops name change proposal: Theatre Department, A&S faculty voice strong support for existing name

"We will remain the University of Missouri-Kansas City for the foreseeable future," Chancellor Leo E. Morton announced in a letter to the UMKC community...

theatre review: ‘Lady From the Sea’ a genuine performance

Written in 1888, Henrik Ibsen’s "The Lady From the Sea" is a beautiful play where love, secrets and mental illness are constant struggles witnessed...

Theatre Department petitions chancellor to abandon UMKC name change proposal

A petition urging Chancellor Leo Morton to drop the UMKC name change proposal has received 104 signatures, including all but one faculty member of...

Player profile: Antoine Rozner- From Paris, France to the Paris of the Plains

Paris native and UMKC freshman business major Antoine Rozner is the 24th best golfer in the French amateur rankings and the 700th best golfer...

It’s never too late to live on campus

I have lived both on and off campus over the last four years. Living on campus is one of the best decisions undergraduate students...

album review: Mumford & Sons Offers chilling sophomore release

Mumford & Sons, a four-piece band from London, exposes its soul and reaches a new level of vulnerability in "Babel," exceeding expectations for the...
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