Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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Forge: A new theater for a new crowd

When a small-town theater graduate moves to a big city looking for their big break, they go through an endless stream of...

Review: “Radio Golf” might be set in ’97, but it feels timelier than ever

This performance is one people need to see. Although it is set in the year 1997 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, you would think the play...

Theater department merges with conservatory

Last spring, UMKC faculty voted to merge the Department of Theatre into the Conservatory of Music and Dance in an effort to enhance both...

Meet the Rocky Horror bunch

UMKC’s theatre department has not put on a musical in several years. On Feb. 27, this dry streak will end. Director Steven Eubank of...

“La Cage Aux Folles” offers sincerity and sequins

The Barn Players in Mission, Kan. have taken on the ambitious task of producing “La Cage Aux Folles” this fall. In the world of...

What a play-full time of year

There are hundreds of things to do in Kansas City during the holiday season, and this year the theatre community is booming. Productions of...

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Album review: “Sound The Alarm, Vol. 1: Louder Feelings”

When the Black Lives Matter movement swept the country this summer, musical artists from cities across the nation joined the march. Many...

Occupy KC protests come to a temporary stop

Protestors took over the steps of City Hall during a 21-day occupation protest for police reform, turning a portion of downtown Kansas...

The NFL arms race continues

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers shocked the NFL world on Friday by signing former All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown. Brown agreed to a...

Trump and Biden square off in final presidential debate

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden took the same stage last Thursday in the final presidential debate.