August 3, 2012

{PR} August's KC Stage now on sale

August's issue is on it's way to subscribers. If you would like to see a copy, single issues are available for $5 at the Barnes & Noble on the Plaza, and are also available to buy online at

Here's a sample:

* Spotlight on David Luby: "When it comes to theatre, Kansas City is just as vibrant and diverse as some of the larger cities in the country. It was not always that way, though." In this article by Jon Parton, find out how David Luby helped make KC the vibrant theatre community it is now.

* The Music Beat: Beats and Baclava: in the latest column by Jeanne Jasperse, we hear about the music scene at Cafe Cedar in Parkville.

* How to Choose the Right Light: Kerry Chafin gives a basic guide to three different types of lighting instruments available.

* A Few Good Tools for Friend-to-Friend Fundraising part 1: in this Idealware article, you get some software tools, both online and off, to help with fundraising.

* Notes: seven arts news snippets. More arts news gets posted on our blog ( ) regularly.

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