KC FilmFest Winner is Haunted By Absence

Sometimes art comes from tough choices. Take Brian Rose’s documentary, “When I Last Saw Jesse.” The film, which won best Heartland Feature Documentary at this spring’s Kansas City FilmFest International,

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Arts News: KC Chorale Brings Gravitas and Grace to New CD

Under conductor and artistic director Charles Bruffy, the Kansas City Chorale has established itself as an ensemble of international importance. “Artifacts: The Music of Michael McGlynn,” offers another example of its musical adventurousness. At close to seven minutes, “Jerusalem,” the seventh track on “Artifacts,” is the longest. The song, infused with Irish melody, casts a […]

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Artist to Watch: Lewis J. Morrow

Once upon a time, there weren’t many hyphenated theater artists in Kansas City. You could be an actor. Or you could be a director. Or you could be a playwright. For the most part, artists stayed in their lanes. That’s not really the case anymore. Actors direct, directors write plays and sometimes you can see somebody direct and act in a play he or she wrote.

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