Sunday, September 2, 2012

September 2012 issue of KC Stage is online

August's issue is on it's way to subscribers. If you would like to see a copy, single issues are available for $5 at the Barnes & Noble on the Plaza and available to buy online.

Here's a sample:

  • Spotlight on Felicia Londré: "Kansas City is the home of a highly respected, world-renowned theatre historian, author, and educator whose encyclopedic knowledge of theatre - local, national, and international - is matched only by her palpable warmth, ardor, and enthusiasm for the subject." In this article by Thomas Canfield, find out more about Dr. Felicia Hardison Londré.
  • Bellydance: Connecting Cultures: "Bellydancing has a rich history, full of connections to many cultures." Find out more in this article by Amy Jo Field, accompanied by some great photos!
  • The Music Beat: Don't Ever Tick Off the Minstrel: in the latest column by Jeanne Jasperse, we hear about the music of the Ren Fest, focusing on Axel the Sot and the Jolly Rogers.
  • The 2012 Renaissance Festival: A Talk With the Maestro: "'I'm one of those people: I have really done almost everything you can do out here,' [Jim Stamburger] says - with just a bit of pride in his voice." Find out a bit of the history of the Ren Fest, as well as what's new this year and some goals for the future in this article by Angie Fiedler. This article is accompanied by a photo essay as well as a listing of musicians and the themes for the weekends. You can also read the article at her blog.
All this and the usual listings of performances, auditions, and film clips - just for only $4 a month if you become a subscriber for one year. More information online!

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