October's issue is on it's way to subscribers, bursting with performance listings!
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 http://kcstage.magcloud.com/.
Here's a sample:
* Spotlight on Jon Weimer: "It's not easy thing being an independent filmmaker. You have to deal with the lack of money and dearth of outside funding in these financially uncertain times. Or people who, when you tell them you're making an independent film, automatically think 'porn'." In this article by Kelly Luck, find out more about local filmmaker Jon Weimer.
* How to Train Your Child to Dance: "Because I encounter this question and situation on a regular basis, I am putting it down here in black and white what the truth is with regard to how dance training should - no, must - be done if you want your child to be a good dancer." Matthew Reinschmidt's article explains the proper way to get your student to learn to dance.
* A Few Good Tools for Friend-to-Friend Fundraising part 2: in the second part of this article from Idealware, learn more about robust tools and crowdsourcing options.
* Girls Nite Out Benefit for Alex's Lemonade Stand: "When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade - or so the saying goes. And that's exactly the mindset of Cindy Devine, the current president of Girls Nite Out-4-Breast Cancer." Learn about this fundraiser happening Oct 6 in this article by Angie Fiedler. You can also read the article at her blog - http://angiefsutton.wordpress.com/.
* The Music Beat: It's Time to Come Out of the Closet!: in the latest column by Jeanne Jasperse, we hear about local open mic options.
* Postcards from the Past: the Willis Wood Theatre: in this newest segment, Felicia Hardison Londré writes about a postcard from Kansas City's theatrical history.
* Notes: five arts news snippets. More arts news gets posted on our blog ( www.kcstage.com/blog ) regularly.
All this and the usual listings of performances, auditions, and film clips! Any suggestions or comments? E-mail us at email@example.com with your feedback or things you'd like to see covered in future issues.
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