Monday at 12:00 pm
Arts Magazine wants to cover it all in the Kansas City area, from professional stage productions to community and eclectic productions. This KKFI program covers the expensive art galleries as well as the small out of the way places where the new trends begin to surface. Program host Michael Hogge wants Kansas City to learn what it takes to be a vibrant arts town.
Past guests have included George Keithly, an award-winning stage director and Emmy winning TV director. Kansas City’s own big band and jazz singer, Marilyn Maye was also a guest.
Michael wants the public to know what is going on in their town and how they can participate in it!
“X”, “Julius Caesar”, & “Moon Over Buffalo” February 20, 2017 | 12:00 pm
Guests from UMKC and the Acting Company will discuss their touring productions, "X: Or Betty Shabazz Vs The Nation" and Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar". Later, the Summit Theatre Company chat about their production of "Moon Over Buffalo".
“Lost In Yonkers” & 56th Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast February 6, 2017 | 12:00 pm
Guests from the White Theatre join host Michael Hogge for a chat about their show, "Lost In Yonkers". Later, at 12:30, Rick Hughes will join us and talk about the 56th annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast.
“Side By Side By Sondheim” & “Modern Night At The Folly” January 30, 2017 | 12:00 pm
Guests from the Kansas City Repertory Theatre join host Michael Hogge to chat about their musical. "Side By Side By Sondheim". Later, guests will discuss City In Motion's "Modern Night At The Folly".
Chestnut Fine Arts Center and The Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre January 23, 2017 | 12:00 pm
The Chestnut Fine Arts Center and the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre"
National Community Theatre & “Miracle On 35th Street” December 19, 2016 | 12:00 pm
Michael has Director Nancy Eppert in the studio to discuss the National Community Theatre organization she belongs to, and later, Deborah Mann, the Director of the Emmanuel Family and Child Development Center will tell us about their 5th annual Christmas Day dinner and show, "Miracle of 35th Street".