The Zuzu Acrobats represent an authentic slice of contemporary African culture that reaches back into the deep cultural past. The performance part includes limbo, contortion, chair balancing, comedy dance and much more set to catchy beats. It really is one of the few cultural experiences that is enjoyable for all audiences.
MNU Choirs present music on the ideas of the created world and humanity’s power to create.
This concert features pieces that reference precious jewels and/or works that are “gems” of Wind Band repertoire. Selections by Viet Cuong, Kevin Walczyk and Sousa highlight this performance. We are delighted to share this concert with the Kansas City Wind Symphony, under the direction of Dr. Langston Hemenway.
This psychological thriller set in Victorian England has intrigued audiences for years and will leave you wondering what really happened on Angel Street!
We have a great opportunity for you to support our instrumental music programs at MNU through the 5th Annual Jazz-a-Que!
A classic Italian farce written in the mid-1700’s depicts a servant who finds himself serving two masters at the same time! Come laugh at the mistaken identities, miscommunication, and physical comedy that ensues!