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    New exhibit in City Hall

    The artwork of Bill Manginelli will be on display in City Hall now through mid-July. Manginelli received a Broadcasting Degree from the University of Florida which set the stage for a lifelong pursuit of photographic excellence. After resigning from Hallmark Cards Inc. in 1977, he established Manginelli...

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    STG summer camp to perform Seussical Jr.

    Summit Theatre Group is hosting a two week intensive theatre camp for students June 15-28 at Paradise Park. Children ages 6 to 18 can explore their artistic talents by joining a theatre camp complete with classes, rehearsals, costume fittings, and fun. Most days, camp runs 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with specialized...

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    “Cellular Cenes” features a romance for two and chorus of cell phones on the streets of downtown Lee’s Summit

    Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street and Street Found Entertainment present a unique theatre experience on the streets of Downtown Lee’s Summit called “Cellular Cenes,” with two performances on April 25. The audience literally follows the story of two young people and their...

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    Auditions for Godspell

    Summit Theatre Group is looking for performers to audition for Godspell from 6-9 p.m. April 18 and 9 a.m.-noon April 19 at First Baptist Church of Lee’s Summit. Callbacks will be held from 1-4 p.m. April 19. Performances will be Aug. 7-10 at Lee’s Summit Christian Church and rehersals...

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    Lanoue a part of a musical family

    Richard Lanoue grew up in a musical family where sounds of classical, jazz, pop and big band sounds filled the house. His mother was a walking encyclopedia of classical composers and literature. His father was a recognized octamarimba virturso. At age 7, he sampled the clarinet. At age 8, it was...

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    Summit theatre group presents ‘Boeing Boeing’

    Come enjoy Summit Theatre Group’s first performance of the 2014 Season “Boeing Boeing” is a comedy, written by French playwright Marc Camoletti. The play, opens on March 28 and continues March 29, April 4, 5 and 6 at the MCC Longview’s Cultural Arts Center. “Boeing...

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    Spring Classic concert a true ‘classic’

    What a great way to start the spring of 2014. It was a classic evening of varied music ranging from a lively dance, an Impressionistic tone painting, an opera overture, British folk songs, an Irish tune and a Russian classic. Something for everyone!

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    Meet Ryan Morehead, coordinator of the Cultural Arts Center, MCC-Longview

    Ryan Morehead, Coordinator of the Cultural Arts Center, MCC-Longview, has great ideas about what could happen with theater, arts and music in Lee’s Summit. Upon arriving at Longview in 2011 from Benedictine College, where he served as Department Chair of theater, Speech, and Dance, Morehead...

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    Creativity Abounds In Lee’s Summit

    Creativity Abounds!, An Art Exhibit featuring Lee’s Summit area artists is a one day, free to the public, event on March 29 at The Stanley Historic Event Space, downtown Lee’s Summit. The free Exhibit runs from 2-8 p.m. and features paintings by Rashelle Stutts who uses color as a ...

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    Expressions of everyday life

    As a professional graphic artist, Angie Harris says that she’s always been interested in art but has a special place in her heart for photography. She recalls how as a child she always seemed to have a camera in her hand – taking pictures of anything and everything that interested her...

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