This Weekend in Kansas City – 3/22 – 3/24

Have you recovered from your St. Pat’s shenanigans? Hope so! We’ve got a few things up our sleeve for you to checkout this weekend.

Whitney Houston’s Greatest Hits

Date: Saturday, March 23rd
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Address: 1601 Broadway Blvd., Kansas City, MO
Price: Tickets from $40

Whitney Houston is the most-awarded female act of all time, having sold more than 170 million albums, singles, and videos worldwide. Her powerful voice touched our hearts and inspired our souls. Join the Kansas City Symphony and vocal sensation Amanda Cole for an evening of Whitney’s biggest hits, including How Will I Know, Where Do Broken Hearts Go, I Will Always Love You and many more. Tickets from $40.

My Favorite Murder — Live

Date: Friday, March 22nd
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: The Midland
Address: 1228 Main St., Kansas City, MO
Price: Tickets from $39.50

Ready yourself for a murder adventure hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, two lifelong fans of true crime stories. In each episode of their podcast, the girls tell each other their favorite tales of murder, and hear hometown crime stories from friends and fans. Check your anxiety at the door, ’cause Karen & Georgia are dying to discuss death.

Felted Forms: Masking the Forest

Date: Saturday, March 23rd
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Overland Park Arboretum
Address: 8908 W. 179thSt., Overland Park, KS,
Price: Admission ages 13+: $3, Children ages 6-12: $1, 5 and Under: Free

Welcome to the fourth annual exhibit of Felted Forms–Wool in the Woods. Last year’s art installation featured a colorful journey through the woodland sculpture garden. This year, the Arboretum will again use color and form to enhance the gray winter scenery. Enjoy a stroll along the path and discover these felted forms for yourself.

KC Rep’s Pride & Prejudice

Date: Opens Friday, March 22nd
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: Spencer Theatre
Address: 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO
Price: Tickets from $46

Finding a husband is hardly Elizabeth Bennet’s most urgent priority. But with four sisters, an overzealous mother, and a string of unsuitable suitors, it’s a difficult subject to escape. When the independent Elizabeth meets the handsome but enigmatic Mr. Darcy, all feelings of attraction are muted by his pride and her prejudice. Kate Hamill’s celebrated adaptation of Jane Austen’s most beloved novel is both reverently devoted to the source material and remarkably hilarious, moving, and full of theatrical surprises that bring one of the greatest love stories ever told to extraordinary theatrical life.


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