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Monthly Archives: July 2011
I had the good fortune to find out about Krystle Warren’s under-the-radar performance in Kansas City last week. Though a Kansas City native, Warren moved to New York, then Paris, and has been touring the world, making her hometown appearances … Continue reading
I reviewed the second program for Summerfest, Kansas City’s summer chamber music concert series. Though there were great performances across the board, the highlight for me was Thomas Albert’s “Thirteen Ways.”
I reviewed the 20th annual summer sunrise Greek play from Gorilla Theatre Productions. This year they performed Aeschylus’ “Seven Against Thebes.” Read it at KCMetropolis.org .