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The Arts Roundup...an audio guide to the arts

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Bee-Luther-Hatchee 1.jpg (277 KB) Lynn King in the Unicorn Theatre production of BEE-LUTHER-HATCHEE by Thomas Gibbons, April 30 - May 25, 2003.

This week, an artist at the Kemper Museum who bases his work on nighttime observations, and a new play at the Unicorn reveals that artists are not always the same as their art. Kansas City, MO – This week, artist Russell Crotty at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art bases his work on nighttime observations of the stars and planets, and a new production of Bee-Luther-Hatchee at the Unicorn Theatre reveals that artists are not always the same as their art.

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