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Arts Roundup, February 18

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ORIGINAL AIR DATE: 2/18/05 This week, a dance theatre interpretation of Shakespeare's Henry V, an exhibit of sound installations at the Boley, and Late Night Theatre stages its salute to the Prince movie, Purple Rain, though the show is cast completely with women.By Steve Walker and Laura Spencer

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Kansas City, Missouri – It's the arts roundup, the audio guide to the arts. This week, the Pickup Performance Company presents a dance theatre interpretation of Shakespeare's Henry V called Dancing Henry Five, an exhibit of sound installations called Conditions of Sound (featuring the work of Andrea Flamini, Dwight Frizzell,Kati Toivanen, James Woodfill, and others)at the Boley, and Late Night Theatre stages its salute to the Prince movie, Purple Rain, though the show is cast completely with women. KCUR's Steve Walker and Laura Spencer report.

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