The four-day HEAR Now Festival, the audio equivalent of a film festival, returns to Kansas City to celebrate storytelling in all forms. It opens at the Plaza Branch on Thursday, June 7, at 7 p.m. with a session, Innovations, that spotlights advances in the world of audio storytelling.
The four-day HEAR Now Festival, the audio equivalent of a film festival, returns to Kansas City to celebrate storytelling in all forms. Four award-winning narrators sit down to read from the works of their favorite authors in A Story Well Told: Celebrating the Human Voice.
The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival’s four-part series of inside-the-play presentations focuses on its summer production of the witty romantic comedy Much Ado About Nothing.
American politics, and democracy itself, are seemingly in crisis amid today’s hyper-partisanship, legislative gridlock, and growing public distrust of government. The Library, in partnership with the public policy nonprofit Consensus, examines that dysfunction and how to address it in a frank panel discussion.