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Re: “KC Rep's Harriet Jacobs floats like a butterfly and stings like reality

Your reviews make me want to move to Kansas City. Especially liked the Nietzche line, of course.

Posted by Jenny Mcphee on 11/04/2010 at 6:50 AM

Re: “KC Rep's Harriet Jacobs floats like a butterfly and stings like reality

Your reviews make me want to move to Kansas City. Especially liked the Nietzche line, of course.

Posted by Jenny McPhee on 11/04/2010 at 3:50 AM

Re: “KCAI alums celebrate three-dimensional space at the Belger

Thanks for this wonderful review of our current exhibit. I will mention one other artist, Keith Simpson, who is also in this exhibit. Keith's small rotating figures have been hugely popular with our visitors. This was a fun exhibit to organize, and it has been very well-received by the public. Thanks for spreading the word about this show!
Mo Dickens
Gallery Assistant
Belger Arts Center

Posted by Mo Dickens on 11/03/2010 at 1:33 PM

Re: “KCAI alums celebrate three-dimensional space at the Belger

Thanks for this wonderful review of our current exhibit. I will mention one other artist, Keith Simpson, who is also in this exhibit. Keith's small rotating figures have been hugely popular with our visitors. This was a fun exhibit to organize, and it has been very well-received by the public. Thanks for spreading the word about this show! Mo Dickens Gallery Assistant Belger Arts Center

Posted by Mo Dickens on 11/03/2010 at 10:33 AM

Re: “Unicorn and KC Actors drink with the devil while Coterie at Night parties with vampires

Sounds like a perfect play to prepare us for the holiday season. Great review. Is it a new play?

Posted by Jenny Mcphee on 10/27/2010 at 6:02 AM

Re: “Unicorn and KC Actors drink with the devil while Coterie at Night parties with vampires

Sounds like a perfect play to prepare us for the holiday season. Great review. Is it a new play?

Posted by Jenny McPhee on 10/27/2010 at 3:02 AM

Re: “Zombies in Evil Dead dance their hearts, guts and brains out

so i only had a side seat and didnt get to see the full frontal view of the show but i did see alot and i thought this play was great. i wont spoil any of it for you except to say that the campiness and bad puns of a b horror movie make it worthwile. the only 2 things that would have been better would be maybe more scantily clad females which are in most b horror flicks and more blood blood blood. i would definately have played the gore up more in a comical way but all in all well worth the money and make sure to get there early or call to get good seats. i will be bringing more people with me and go see it again. props to the actors and play wright you nailed it

Posted by ian on 10/18/2010 at 4:10 AM

Re: “Zombies in Evil Dead dance their hearts, guts and brains out

so i only had a side seat and didnt get to see the full frontal view of the show but i did see alot and i thought this play was great. i wont spoil any of it for you except to say that the campiness and bad puns of a b horror movie make it worthwile. the only 2 things that would have been better would be maybe more scantily clad females which are in most b horror flicks and more blood blood blood. i would definately have played the gore up more in a comical way but all in all well worth the money and make sure to get there early or call to get good seats. i will be bringing more people with me and go see it again. props to the actors and play wright you nailed it

Posted by ian on 10/18/2010 at 1:10 AM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

Hey Annette, Thanks for the corrections. I'll send them to the web people. I don't often see online comments so next time feel free to use the email form at the top. (Just click on my name).

Posted by Grace on 09/29/2010 at 5:33 PM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

The title of the offering is "Science Fiction Triple Feature". The "heartless research scientist" is played by Martin Buchanan.

Posted by Annette on 09/29/2010 at 3:33 PM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

Hey Annette, Thanks for the corrections. I'll send them to the web people. I don't often see online comments so next time feel free to use the email form at the top. (Just click on my name).

Posted by Grace on 09/29/2010 at 2:33 PM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

The title of the offering is "Science Fiction Triple Feature". The "heartless research scientist" is played by Martin Buchanan.

Posted by Annette on 09/29/2010 at 12:33 PM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

Suh's wit and intellect are refreshing.

Posted by Blair Schulman on 09/29/2010 at 12:15 PM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

I love the line 'an impressively nuanced understanding of sluttiness.'

Posted by Jane Wulf on 09/29/2010 at 11:53 AM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

Suh's wit and intellect are refreshing.

Posted by Blair Schulman on 09/29/2010 at 9:15 AM

Re: “American Heartland finds fun in science, but the Coterie sees horror ... horror ... horror

I love the line 'an impressively nuanced understanding of sluttiness.'

Posted by Jane Wulf on 09/29/2010 at 8:53 AM

Re: “The Unicorn touches heaven, while the Rep stays earthbound

Smartly written review by someone who is obviously fond of the original film and wants to like the production, but grapples with the necessity of stage mechanics and just leaving well enough alone.

Posted by Blair Schulman on 09/24/2010 at 1:28 PM

Re: “The Unicorn touches heaven, while the Rep stays earthbound

Smartly written review by someone who is obviously fond of the original film and wants to like the production, but grapples with the necessity of stage mechanics and just leaving well enough alone.

Posted by Blair Schulman on 09/24/2010 at 10:28 AM

Re: “The Unicorn touches heaven, while the Rep stays earthbound

Great reviews. Can't wait to see {title of show} at the Unicorn. Thanks!

Posted by Theresa on 09/23/2010 at 12:45 PM

Re: “Not enough water -- or soap -- flows under Marion Bridge

I must agree, if it wasn't for Jan Rogge's performance I could have left at intermission and not missed much.

Posted by kate on 09/23/2010 at 12:22 PM

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