“Shinique Smith: STARGAZERS,” Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
Tactility, along with the spiritual nature of self-reflection, exudes from every pore of the visually rich and intellectually stimulating exhibition “Shinique Smith: STARGAZERS” at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.
Vibrant and Organic: Kansas City Symphony Performs Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3 and Premieres Rogerson’s “The Little Prince”
In a concert of fantasy and excitement, the Kansas City Symphony, led by guest conductor Gemma New, gave a fresh, lively performance, including a commanding world premiere with rising violin star, Benjamin Beilman.
In Arthur Miller's most autobiographical play, "the Price," at the Kansas City Actors Theatre, two brothers are embittered and estranged: Cain and Abel, Good Cop and Bad, the one who sacrificed and the one who prospered.