What began as a sketch on a napkin . . .

Lady Smith Black Mambazo's solid two-hour singing, dancing and laughing still warms the cockles of my heart. The performance halls in the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts in Kansas City combine sophisticated aesthetics, acoustics and technology with the intimacy of a smaller space and the comforts of home. A spectacular place to see a show! http://www.kauffmancenter.org

 

2 thoughts on “What began as a sketch on a napkin . . .

  1. Bunny Day

    That performance hall has such views from wherever you sit and these new digital cameras are amazing at showing depth, color, contrast, etc. Anyone can be a great photographer with one of these cameras. You just have to be at the right place at the right time. :)

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