The Show Before Time 

Despite what modern science has proved, the fictional world of the Flintstones continues to shape mankind's destiny. Sure, dinosaurs were long dead before humans hit the scene, but a society benefiting from domesticated dinos is so darn appealing that it's been made into a reality — sort of. One show has fabricated robotic reptilian replicas and put them to work for education. Spy the subservience tonight at "Walking With Dinosaurs — The Live Experience," at the Sprint Center (1407 Grand). This BBC-inspired live show stars 15 giant dino droids that stomp their way through realistic re-enactments, revealing their evolutionary history. The cast is a mechanical who's who of the Triassic through Cretaceous periods. There's the stegosaurus, the brachiosaurus and the tyrannosaurus rex, to name just a few. The show begins at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $29.50-$72.50. For more information, see sprintcenter.com or call 816-949-7000.
Tue., June 3, 2008

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