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Honors: Haley Kostas

The hallway is blue lit and packed. There are large blue penguin sculptures in random places. In a bottleneck between two rooms, two hands rise up in the middle of

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Artist to Watch: Keenan Ramos

Keenan Ramos has chalked up a remarkable run of performances, particularly in the last year or so. He was scheduled to close out 2019 with a role in the Unicorn

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Honors: Haley Kostas

Honors: Haley Kostas

The hallway is blue lit and packed. There are large blue penguin sculptures in random places. In a bottleneck between two rooms, two hands rise up in the middle of the crush. A woman with flyaway blond hair starts to jiggle from foot to foot, creating more space around her than there was before.

Artist to Watch: Keenan Ramos

Artist to Watch: Keenan Ramos

Keenan Ramos has chalked up a remarkable run of performances, particularly in the last year or so. He was scheduled to close out 2019 with a role in the Unicorn Theatre production of “Bernhardt/Hamlet” for director Cynthia Levin. Before that, he appeared in “Jesus Christ Superstar,” produced by This Happy Breed and directed by Kyle Hatley.

Kansas City Symphony Celebrates the Centenary of Isaac Stern

His gravestone simply reads, “Isaac Stern, Fiddler.” Born July 21, 1920, he became one of the most celebrated musicians of his lifetime. This year, institutions around the world — including the Kansas City Symphony — honor his contributions. “He was one of the supreme players, one of the great violinists of the 20th century,” said Michael Stern, music director for the Kansas City Symphony, and Isaac’s son.

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