January's issue of KC Stage Magazine is on its way to subscribers, and if you would like to see a copy, single issues are available for $5 at the Barnes & Noble on the Plaza, and are also available for purchase online at Magcloud.
- Spotlight on Paula Winans
"When Paula Winans asks people what they liked doing most when they were little, most of the time they'll say something similar to what they're doing now." Read more about the Lyric Opera's director of education Paula Winans with this article by Erika Crane Ricketts.
- 2011 Year in Review
Join Angie Fiedler Sutton, as she flashes back on the ups and downs of 2011.
- Paradise Found
Rebecca Dempsey talked with Cress Hewitt, the current artistic/events director of the reopened Paradise Playhouse. Read her conversation about the dinner theater in this article.
- Move from KC to LA Brings Some Funny Days
Read more about the online series Funny Days, written, directed, and starring some KC natives who moved to LA in this article by Pete Bakely.
- A Decade in Kansas City
The Cappies has now been alive and well in Kansas City for a decade. Since the program started with just five schools in the region, it has grown to not just include the KC metro, but to help launch chapters in Springfield, St. Louis, and also a mid-Missouri chapter as well. Read more in this article by Beth Bloom Ocheskey.
- KKFI's New Transmitter
Bill Clause presents a short article about the latest developments at the community radio station.