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    Bringing Hollywood home

    A locally produced Web series called “Kill Em All” brings national acclaim to its actors and director. Several on the team attended Lee’s Summit High School. The production offers a peek into the world of filmmaking in the Kansas City area.

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    Tickets now on sale for LS Symphony’s Oct. 18 Fall Classic Concert

    Tickets are now available for the Lee’s Summit Symphony’s Fall Classic, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Lee’s Summit High School performing arts center. The fall concert kicks off the Symphony’s 12th season.

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    Summit Theatre Group to present Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons”

    Summit Theatre Group will present Arthur Miller’s award winning play “All My Sons” live, on stage, at the MCC Longview Cultural Arts Center Sept. 12 through Sept. 21.

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    Community creative collaboration

    A piano plays a short melody as the chatter of performers fills the sanctuary at Lee’s Summit Christian Church. Director Phyllis Balagna waves her hands in the air to gather the group on stage.

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    Summit Christian Academy drama students shine at Cappies awards gala

    Summit Christian Academy theater students were recently honored at the annual Cappies Gala held May 31 at Ruskin High School. SCA 2014 graduate Corin Hoke received a Cappie award for her role as stage crew manager in SCA’s rendition of the 1950 hit comedy Harvey, written by American playwright...

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    New artist at Gamber Center

    Brown addresses the attendees at her reception on July 31. She thanked the friends and family who came and spoke about the evolution of her photography skills. Brown’s photographs were displayed in halls of the Gamber Center and were available for purchase.

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    Lee’s Summit to go into a ‘Godspell’ this weekend

    Summit Theatre Group will present the musical “Godspell“ on Aug. 7 through Aug. 10 at 800 Tudor Road and is produced in cooperation with the Lee’s Summit Ministerial Alliance. “Godspell“ takes the stories and parables of the Book of Matthew and presents them in...

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    The ‘newbie’

    Diane Brown considers herself a newcomer to the world of photography and art.

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    Lee’s Summit Symphony Featured Musician – Sara Mary Hall

    Some people are left brained, some are right brained. Very few are, simply put, a “brain.” That term accurately describes our Featured Musician for this edition of the Lee’s Summit Journal.

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    LSSO’s return to the Kauffman

    The Lee’s Summit Symphony returned to the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in a big way May 25.

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