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The show is advertised as a blend of standup and theater that aims to restore a sense of wonder among the audience by re-creating relatable events from a simpler time. "This is definitely a family-oriented show," said Randy Mathews, director of the
As a student at the University of Kansas in 1956, Barker was part of a group of about 20 KU music and drama students who auditioned for the chance to go overseas and entertain troops still stationed in far-away lands after World War II. "It was a
For the second show in its 21st Century Fox Live Season, the Historic Fox Theatre is hosting the traveling performers of Minneapolis-based Troupe America Inc. at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 24 for a production of their acclaimed theatrical show "Ring of Fire: The
Take Sound Stage 28, where part of the opera-house set still stands where it was filmed 88 years ago, at Universal Studios...When Randy Mathews comes across similar trivia, he shares it on the Fox Theatre's Facebook page. The film will play at the
A touch-up project will help keep delicate paint and plaster inside the historic building, 18 E. First, from further damage that has been caused by moisture getting inside the building. It's not noticeable to anyone in the audience or on stage, but
Severinsen is best known as the leader of The Tonight Show Band during the Johnny Carson era. He continues to tour the country performing his iconic sound of classic big band and jazz. Under Severinsen's direction, The Tonight Show Band became the
The summer movie series at the Fox, announced Thursday, has something for everyone. There are historical movies, musicals and family-friendly films. "We've tried very hard to focus on films that have been popular when they were in theaters initially,"
The concert, featuring fellow Kansas City, Mo., native Krizz Kaliko, is one of the biggest concerts to come to the arena, and Hutchinson, in years. "We've never had a concert here of this magnitude," said arena manager Vic Boucos. "I've been here 33
After starting the season with an appearance by radio personality Garrison Keillor, Mathews said he couldn't imagine a better performer to end with. "I think this show will make a perfect bookend to what has been a very entertaining season," he said.
The stage at the Fox Theatre will be transformed into an oversized junkyard Wednesday as the award-winning Broadway musical comes to town, presented by a national touring company. "I don't believe this production has ever been here before," Randy