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Heart of America Shakespeare Festival will host a two-week performance-based camp designed for young Shakespeareans at the University of Central Missouri’s Lee’s Summit Campus. Camp Shakespeare, designed for children ages 8-14, includes Shakespearean history, period movement, performance and acting techniques.
The City of Lee’s Summit is hosting an Airport Open House on June 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport, 402 NE Leinweber Rd.
Summit Christian Academy (SCA) senior John Davis was the winner for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play for his performance as Dr. Korczak in Korczak’s Children at the 2018-19 annual Kansas City Cappies Award Gala held at Oak Grove High School.
The Butler Did It, the final production of the Summit Theatre Group’s 2018-19 season, takes the stage Friday, June 14. A twist on the tried and true theatrical classic, the Bulter (Jenkins) and the fiery maid Sarah Jane are preparing the home for one of the world’s greatest mystery authors, Edwina Corry. Guests begin to arrive, but the party is thrown into mayhem when an eavesdropping neighbor, Trevor, is found stabbed to death in the kitchen.
The City of Lee’s Summit will host a solo art exhibit featuring the work of Lee’s Summit artist Ken Downs May 28 through July 12 at City Hall, 220 SE Green St.
Following the upcoming May 24 Fourth Friday Art Walk in downtown Lee’s Summit, Got Art Gallery and Summit Art plan to temporarily close Got Art Gallery to renovate and improve the popular downtown Lee's Summit space.
Main Slice owners Pat Maloney and Alex Ruiz have worked their magic again. This time, it isn’t via their penchant for creating perfect pizza pies (thank you, again, for inventing the Abe Froman). No, they’ve gone all Wang Chung on us to create Lee’s Summit’s first barcade, mixing the best of 80s video games with craft beer and a full bar.
The Downtown Lee’s Summit Fourth Friday Art Walk will have a new twist this month. The Pillows & Pinot event will pair, for the first time, with the popular monthly art walk event, Friday, May 24.
The City of Lee’s Summit is inviting the community to come out and take part in the Big Truck and Equipment Show on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at City Hall. This free family-friendly event is a chance to explore some of the City’s biggest pieces of equipment.
Talented young people from throughout the metropolitan area will be featured in the ninth annual Got Talent, scheduled for 7 p.m. June 1 at the Lee’s Summit High School Performing Arts Center. Tickets for the show are $15 and are available at LSTalent.com, at both Lee’s Summit Hy-Vee stores and at the Lee’s Summit Price Chopper stores.