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October 5, 2014
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Knuckleheads

Making Movies Carnaval

Start: October 5, 2014 4:00 pm
Venue: Knuckleheads
Address:
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2715 Rochester Ave., Kansas City, MO, United States, 64120
Cost: $20
The event will culminate in live entertainment provided by Ozomatli and host, Making Movies. In addition, the Carnaval is curating art for a galeria and will also feature face painting, custom screen printing, South American food, and folkloric music and dance performances on multiple stages. The lineup of special guests for this year’s Carnaval includes Parranderos, Trio Aztlan, Abel Ullon, Ayllu, and students of The M.U.S.I.C.A. Project—Making Movies’ own youth music program.
A portion of special merchandise sold at the event will benefit the Guadalupe Centers, a local non-profit organization serving the needs of the Latino community. Dollars raised will go toward supporting The M.U.S.I.C.A. Project at the Guadalupe Centers.
Please join Making Movies and take part in the first ever Making Movies Carnaval this October. Children ages 12 and under get in for half-price until 7pm.

Purchase tickets, go to http://mkngmvs.com/#!http://mkngmvs.com/carnaval

May 19, 2015
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Lied Center of Kansas

The Ugly Duckling & The Tortoise and the Hare

Start: May 19, 2015 7:00 pm
Venue: Lied Center of Kansas
Phone: (785) 864-2787
Address:
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Lawrence, KS, United States, 66044
Cost: $10

 Theatre Performance

Tickets: $20 Adult & $10 Student/Youth

The creators of Darwin the Dinosaur  and the folks at Lightwire Theater (in conjunction with Corbian Visual Arts and Dance) bring their use of cutting-edge technology, moving sculpture, and dance to a theatrical experience.

Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling has helped generations of children understand one of humanity’s universal struggles. Lightwire Theater brings this classic story to the modern stage for the ugly duckling, who exemplifies resilience and heroism along the way to becoming a beautiful swan. Aesop’s fable, The Tortoise and the Hare, now more than 2,500 years old, continues to drive home the time-tested adage, “Slow and steady wins the race.”

 

 

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